UNSETTLING 7-30-2013

July 30, 2013

BP is questioning settlement claims three years after the Deepwater Oil Spill.

Additional Clips

  • The Best Place To Work 12-17-14

    December 17, 2014

    Confident enough to quit and find something better. That’s where we are in the economy. Chuck Coppola talks to workplace psychologist and author Dr. Ron Friedman about his book “The Best Place to Work.”

  • Americans Uncorked 12-17-14

    December 17, 2014

    Thanks to improving employment numbers and lower gas prices, consumers have more money to spend on things like wine — sales are hitting new highs in the U.S. Jackie Keenan reports from Florida.

  • Chart Talk 12-17-14

    December 17, 2014

    Dan Deming of Equity Armor Investments takes a close look at Darden’s and FedEx’s charts (DRI) (FDX).

  • Ruble Kaputin 12-17-14

    December 17, 2014

    Vladimir Putin has boxed Russia into an economic corner that’s getting smaller with every drop in the price oil. Chuck Coppola reports.

  • Trader Talk 12-17-14

    December 17, 2014

    Larry Shover of SFG Alternatives gives his take on stocks to consider in light of Russia’s troubles ($INDU) ($SPX) (CBH15) (^USDRUB) (RSX) (SLB).

  • 12-17-14 FULL EPISODE

    December 17, 2014

    Financial News, analysis, and today’s investment ideas.

  • Do It Now! 12-16-14

    December 16, 2014

    To save on this year’s taxes you have to do some things now, not wait until March or April. Bill Moller talks to Joe Roznai, partner at the CPA firm Michael Silver & Company.

  • Rural America Out of Reach 12-16-14

    December 16, 2014

    Only 62% of America’s rural households have internet access. Paul Eggers reports on the challenges of getting the World Wide Web to the nation’s wide open spaces.

  • Chart Talk 12-16-14

    December 16, 2014

    Matt Shapiro of MWS Capital takes a close look at Honeywell’s and Boeing’s charts (HON) (CBH15) (BA) (CVX) (RIG).

  • UAW’s Wheel Deal 12-16-14

    December 16, 2014

    United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams wants Detroit’s big three automakers to raise wages. It is the latest sector to address wage stagnation. Chuck Coppola reports.