Wednesday, October 1, 2008

News You Can Use: Information on the financial crisis

Unless you're living under a rock, you know that Washington and the economy are top on everyone's minds. Employers like yourselves are likely wondering what to tell your employees about the health and safety of their jobs, let alone their 401(k)s and 403(b)s.

Editor-in-Chief Kelley Butler promises to issue a must-read Scone posting on that subject later today. But before you read about what to do, you need to get up-to-date.

So check out these must-see updates from this morning's newscasts.
  • The Senate votes on a bailout plan tonight. See this morning's Today Show coverage live from Washington.
  • The New York Times talks about the bailout. (Updated regularly).
  • What small businesses are doing with the credit crunch, via The Washington Post.
  • Even if it's bad news, you still want to know what the markets are doing. Check it out here, via the NYT stock info page.
  • Want the best and most up-to-date banking news? Our sister publication, American Banker gets the scoop before all other major news outlets.
  • Senator Dodd talks bailouts, via
  • Interactive map showing how the US economic crisis is affecting the global economy, via MSNBC.

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