Michael Koretzky

Michael Koretzky

Journalism is a profession of highs and lows. I've covered the 1988 Democratic and Republican national conventions, two space shuttle launches and one landing, and a jazz festival in Istanbul. Then again, shock rocker Marilyn Manson threatened to kill me, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell called me an idiot, and Larry King told me my fly was down.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: The U.S. was “only” $40.5 billion in the red last month, March was the second straight month with more jobs, Chrysler is coming back strong, health care costs are still climbing, and the world is wasting a billion tons of food each year.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Home prices plummet in big cities, Sony gets more bad news after their recent hack attack, Microsoft buys Skype, banking via text message, and GM goes from bankrupt to hiring.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Oil prices climb again, the public blames the oil companies, more homeowners are underwater, borrowing and lending are up, and Ford pickups might drop something important.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Oil prices plummet but gas prices don’t, Honda will sell a car that runs on natural gas, jobs are finally coming back, Congress is spoiling for a fight over consumer protection, and oyster lovers may pay a lot more for their fix.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Oil prices may be coming back down to earth, Americans spent a record amount on gas last month, the United States may soon steal manufacturing jobs from China, mortgage rates drop, and AIG is too big to fail but not too big to lose lots of money.