Takeouts: Health Care, Enron in Court, and Age in the Workplace

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

  • Business Takeout: The disgraced head of Enron, Jeff Skilling, is heading to the Supreme Court. New York Times finance reporter Louise Story tells us what to watch in the case. She also gives us the details on another corporate fraud case that may be in the works against Bank of America, who is coming under closer scrutiny over some recently uncovered emails that reveal questionable behavior by the board of directors.
  • Washington Takeout: Julie Mason, White House correspondent for The Washington Examiner, says now that Sen. Max Baucus' (D-Mont.) health care reform bill has passed out of the Senate Finance Committee, the White House is going on the offensive for health care reform.
  • Listener Takeout: We hear your reactions to our story on age in the workplace.


Julie Mason and Louise Story


Jim Colgan

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