I received many responses on my segment on Los Alamos, N.M. the other night. I wanted to respond to some of them. No names are used because the emailers wrote to the NewsHour, not this page. There were several…
Paul Solman offers reflections on his father, painter Joseph Solman, on the occasion of Father's Day. Joseph died April 16 at his home in Manhattan at age 99.
Mohammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank won the Nobel Peace Prize earlier this year for their work in microfinance. The NewsHour's economics correspondent Paul Solman speaks with Yunus about how micro-entrepreneurs improve the overall health of economies.
Harvard economist and behind-the-scenes presidential adviser John Kenneth Galbraith died Saturday at age 97. NewsHour Economics Correspondent Paul Solman talks with biographer Richard Parker and reviews an earlier interview he had with Galbraith.
Paul Solman discusses the ongoing investigation into corporate misconduct in the mutual fund industry and efforts to protect investors with Securities and Exchange Commission head William Donaldson.
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Paul Solman explores Cuba's market reforms and the effect of the U.S. trade embargo.
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