Despite fine-tuned sales pitch to Congress, Big 3 returning home empty-handed

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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Congress loses interest in rescuing Big Three

Despite a fine-tuned sales pitch to Congress, the Big Three automakers are going back to Detroit empty-handed. It's becoming less and less likely that General Motors Corp., Ford Motor...

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Pension funds down $250 billion in 2008


A poverty briefing for Obama

As the economic downturn continues, the ranks of those who live below the poverty line are growing. President-elect Barack Obama has promised to tackle poverty by reducing taxes, incr...

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Congo rebels withdraw after meeting with U.N.


Asian markets drop 4-6%


China top owner of U.S. public debt

China now owns more U.S. public debt than any other nation — about one out of every 10 debt dollars — a reflection of its growing global economic influence. Blame wars, bailouts and ...

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Daschle picked, Clinton considered for Cabinet


Autoworkers say Congress plays favorites


Advertising firms face collapsing economy

When an economic downturn hits, everyone starts pinching pennies. Advertisers are keenly aware of this fact and quickly start altering their ads to emphasize value, fuel efficiency an...


An HHS briefing for Obama


Bank bellwether Citigroup cuts jobs, loses value


Stolen Treasures of the Ancient World

The museums of New York, Paris and London are filled with treasures from Egypt, Italy, Turkey and Greece. And museum directors in those countries are no longer content to sit back and...


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