- Making News: Bush to Acknowledge No Errors in Judgment to the UN
Last year, President Bush warned the UN it was becoming irrelevant, and invaded Iraq even without the world body-s approval. Tomorrow, the President will address the General Assembly again, with an audience that will range -from the skeptical to the angry.- That, according to today-s report from the White House by New York Times correspondent David Sanger.
- Reporter's Notebook: With Reed in, Grasso out, Is Corporate Governance Back?
The former boss of the New York Stock Exchange was being paid $140 million this year, so much that Richard Grasso finally resigned in the midst of controversy. His interim replacement is former Citicorp CEO John Reed, who will be getting just $1 a year. Juli Niemann, senior vice president and analyst at T.R. Jones Capital Equities, looks at what the change will mean for corporate governance and investor confidence.
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