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Big 3 Auto Bailout (2008)

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  • Citigroup strikes deal to sell St. Regis Monarch Beach resort

     
    Citigroup Inc. has agreed to sell the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point, which earned brief notoriety last year when insurer American International Group chose the resort as the site of a luxury retreat after accepting a huge government......
  • Ticket Replay: Cheney says don't blame Bush for nation's economic meltdown

     
    As the holiday season unfolds, our thoughts on The Ticket turn to working not quite so hard for a few days. So we are re-publishing some of our favorite or most-read items from 2009. This item originally appeared on March......
  • Obama's first year: Lofty goals, worrisome pattern

     
    Guest post by D.C. veteran Doyle McManus analyzes the Democrat's first year with mixed results....
  • Debate over Obama's proposed bank tax will be intense

     
    As debate begins on whether to tax big banks and insurers for having created the financial crisis, a quick quiz may be of interest. Who said the following? "Let's be honest. This problem was caused by a total disregard by......
  • Pop culture and populism

     
    A standby of the populist critique of huge executive pay packages -- and one that long predated the government bailout of Wall Street -- is the inverse relationship between the big shots' pay and that of the working stiffs who make those obscene paychecks...
  • Obama's State of the Union address: Payback for bailout gets standing ovation

     
    President Obama won his first standing ovation of the night when he said it was time to impose a fee on the biggest banks who were saved by the government bailout. To some laughter and smiles, he said, “I know......
  • Quinn speech: More! More!

     
    I'm occasionally invited to address occasionally give speeches, and I always keep in mind my father's dictum, "No one ever complains about a speech being too short." And yet I must complain: At 20:09, Gov. Pat Quinn's budget address this......
  • Wall Street Roundup: AIG bonuses being returned; markets lower

     
    -- Stocks lower: All the major stock indexes opened higher in early trading, then promptly fell into negative territory. The Dow Jones industrial average is down about 7 points.-- Sales up: The Commerce Department reported this morning that retail sales.....
  • Court rules Fed can't hide bailout documents

     
    The Federal Reserve has lost another round in its fight with Bloomberg News to withhold details about the financial-system bailout. From Bloomberg: The Federal Reserve Board must disclose documents identifying financial firms that might have collapsed...
  • Big-money sponsor environment still tough, but improving

     
    Last year Citi Private Bank took it's name off Tavistock Cup after the bank received government bailout money. This year the cup is without a presenting sponsor again, though one Tavistock executive says the climate is improving. “I think last...
  • Financial reform: Healthcare Act II?

     
    by Mark Silva The fight over financial regulation could be a replay of the healthcare debate, the way partisans are lining up on Capitol Hill: "Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is pressing to keep fellow Republicans united in opposition to......
  • Deficit solutions: 'Day of reckoning'

     
    by Mark Silva As a bipartisan commission assigned with finding solutions for the nation's spiraling budget deficits convened at the White House today, President Barack Obama maintained that all possible fixes will be on the table and that "a day......