Consequences of Europe's E. Coli Outbreak

June 6, 2011

A outbreak of E. coli has affected people in 12 countries, mostly in Europe. An update on the outbreak and food safety concerns at home and abroad.

The Fed: Policy and Transparency

April 28, 2011

For the first time in the Fed's 98-year history, the chairman holds a news conference. What the move toward greater transparency means for economists, analysts and average investors.

James Stewart: "Tangled Webs"

April 26, 2011

What Martha Stewart, Bernie Madoff, Barry Bonds and I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby have in common. An exploration of perjury and false statements.

The BP Oil Disaster: One Year Later

April 19, 2011

The B.P. oil disaster one year later: The current environmental and economic health of the Gulf region, plus what has changed for the offshore oil drilling industry.

Update on U.S. Economy and Housing Market

Update on U.S. Economy and Housing Market

April 12, 2011

Concerns about the U.S. housing market persist despite some positive signs of economic recovery. Millions of homeowners lost their homes since the financial crisis hit and millions more are expected to face foreclosure in the next four years. For those seeking to buy a home, securing a mortgage remains a challenge. An update on the housing market and health of the economy.

Sidney Harman & Tina Brown

April 4, 2011

What happens when one of the world’s most famous magazine editors joins forces with one of the most successful American magnates? Tina Brown and Sidney Harman join Diane to discuss their collaboration into cyberspace and print: the Newsweek Daily Beast Company.

Nuclear Contamination in Japan

March 29, 2011

High levels of radioactivity in water in and around one of Japan's damaged reactors complicate ongoing clean-up efforts. Diane and a panel of experts provide an update on the nuclear contamination crisis and implications for the industry worldwide.

America's Shrinking Cities

March 28, 2011

New census results show Detroit has lost twenty-five percent of its population over the last decade. It's one of many cities adjusting to fewer residents. Diane and her guests discuss the reasons for the loss in population and the...

Women in the Work Force: Critical Issues

March 24, 2011

Women have made significant strides in the work force, but they still lag behind men in pay and advancement. Guest host Susan Page and her guests discuss gender equity in employment and why work-life balance is increasingly important to both men and women.

The Economic Impact of Japan's Earthquake

March 16, 2011

As Japan struggles with a humanitarian crisis, damage from the earthquake also threatens its economy. Production of cars, computer chips and other goods has been disrupted. A discussion of the disaster's impact on the world's third...

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