Takeouts: S.E.C. & BofA Strike Deal, Women's Olympic Figure Skating, Listeners Respond to 'Frustration Nation'

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

  • MONEY: A federal judge has finally approved a 150 million-dollar settlement between the S.E.C. and Bank of America. New York Times finance reporter Louise Story explains the case.
  • OLYMPICS: New York Times Olympics editor Jason Stallman looks ahead to one of the most popular events of the Olympic games: women's figure skating
  • LISTENERS: Yesterday, we began our series chronicling America's feelings about Washington's seemingly stalled legislative process. Through emails, web posts and telephone messages our listeners prove America is truly a "Frustration Nation."

Guests:

Jason Stallman and Louise Story

Hosted by:

Todd Zwillich

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