Takeouts: New Investigation into Banks, Listeners' Take on Raw Milk

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Skimming the cream from raw milk (flickr user Chiot's Run)
  • FINANCE TAKEOUT: New York Times finance correspondent, Louise Story, explains a new investigation into eight banks which may have misled ratings agencies in order to inflate the grades of certain mortgage securities.
  • LISTENERS RESPOND: Yesterday we discussed the benefits and risks of drinking raw milk. Our listeners shared their strong opinions about whether milk should be raw or pasteurized.

Guests:

Louise Story

Produced by:

Hsi-Chang Lin and Marine Olivesi

Comments [1]

Michelle Reckling from Warren, MI

Humans aren't even meant to drink any milk...unless it comes from another human. When I hear "raw milk" I can't help picturing a person drinking it right from a cow's utter. Yuck!

May. 13 2010 09:29 AM

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