December 8, 2008
Dennis K. Berman, Shira Ovide and Matthew Karnitschnig, Wall Street Journal, December 8, 2008
John Fine, Business Week , December 7, 2008
Michael Learmonth, Advertising Age, December 8, 2008
Marisa Guthrie, Broadcasting & Cable, December 8, 2008
Gres Sandoval, cnet news, December 8, 2008
Mark Sweney, The Guardian, December 8, 2008
Laura Martinez, Broadcasting & Cable, December 8, 2008
Michael Blush, Advertising Age, December 8, 2008
Howard Kurtz, Washington Post, December 8, 2008
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Barack Obama made headlines with some major appointments last week. But the bigger story was the deepening crises the new administration will face—a cratering economy domestically and a set of global challenges highlighted by the Mumbai terror attack.
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The future of the automobile industry became a major component of the country’s ongoing economic problems last week, and speculation about Obama’s cabinet appointments reached a new level.