Topic: Troubled Assets Relief Program
General Motors reported a relatively small loss for the second half of 2009 – $4.3 billion. Next steps include repaying Treasury loans by June and eventually returning to shareholder ownership.
04/07/2010 07:48 pm
In the wake of recent confirmation that Lehman Brothers' balance sheet was bogus, the Securities and Exchange Commission has announced it will look into the accounting practices of two dozen other financial firms.
04/01/2010 04:55 pm
Four books offer insight into the 2008 financial crisis that shook the US economy.
03/26/2010 05:08 pm
President Obama's bank tax would hit its customers, not the banks or the wealthy.
03/10/2010 06:15 am
Apple acts like a producer. GM acts like a looter. It’s a key distinction that Ayn Rand laid out in ‘Atlas Shrugged.’
03/02/2010 11:08 am
The $1.5 billion federal aid package will be distributed to housing agencies in California, Nevada, Florida, Michigan, and Arizona – the states hardest hit by the housing crisis – to help keep struggling homeowners in their houses.
02/19/2010 07:55 pm
A decline in mortgage delinquencies is promising, says the Mortgage Bankers Association. But real estate troubles continue.
02/19/2010 07:11 pm
02/16/2010 11:15 pm
In his account of managing America's financial crisis, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson recounts shock, disappointment, and own shortcomings. What lessons does 'On the Brink' hold?
02/04/2010 06:41 pm
Bank of America and then-CEO Ken Lewis misled investors about the risks of acquiring Merrill Lynch, alleges a civil suit filed Thursday by New York's attorney general. The bank and the SEC, meanwhile, offer a $150 million settlement for investors over the Merrill Lynch episode.
02/04/2010 05:31 pm