James Surowiecki

Financial Columnist, The New Yorker

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Financial columnist for the New Yorker

James Surowiecki on KCRW

A joint committee reached a  surprise compromise  last week on finance reform, and President Obama wanted both houses to pass it by the Fourth of July.  But the death of  Senator…

Finance Reform under the Microscope

A joint committee reached a surprise compromise last week on finance reform, and President Obama wanted both houses to pass it by the Fourth of July.  But the death of Senator…

from Which Way, L.A.?

President Obama calls the  finance reform compromise  the biggest thing of its kind since the Great Depression, and he wants it on his desk by the Fourth of July.

Finance Reform under the Microscope

President Obama calls the finance reform compromise the biggest thing of its kind since the Great Depression, and he wants it on his desk by the Fourth of July.

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President  Obama says  General Motors and Chrysler have failed to justify their requests for $17 more billions of federal dollars. Bankruptcy is a real possibility.

An Ultimatum for General Motors and Chrysler

President Obama says General Motors and Chrysler have failed to justify their requests for $17 more billions of federal dollars. Bankruptcy is a real possibility.

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