Takeouts: Bank Execs' Bankrolls, Jimmie Johnson, Listeners on Oprah

Monday, November 23, 2009

  • Money Takeout: A new Harvard study proves what most of us could have guessed: the executives of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns are still rich, even though they lost $900 million in stocks with the two bankruptcies. Louise Story, of The New York Times, explains.
  • Sports Takeout: Our own Ibrahim Abdul-Matin talks NASCAR's record-making Jimmie Johnson, and responds to a listener's comment on football helmets.
  • Listener Takeout: We hear more reactions to Oprah's announcement that she'll end her show in 2011.


Ibrahim Abdul-Matin and Louise Story

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