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: Big Oil rakes in big profits, unemployment drops in big cities, Starbucks is now bigger than ever, electric cars are also safe cars, and space vacations may not be far off.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Sony suffers huge hack, the stock market rebounds in a big way, lots of homes are for sale but not a lot for rent, Toyota issues a Tundra recall, Southwest gets permission to buy AirTran, and Facebook expands into shopping.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Economists aren’t happy with the economy, new homes sales hit bottom and start a modest climb, banks get sued over their ATMS, wild Wi-Fi crime stories, and Obama’s health care reform is safe – for now.

Money in a Minute: Headlines From Around the Web

In today’s news: Most Americans want the rich to pay more taxes, many of them are avoiding the stock market, GM is once again on top of the world, the FAA has eye-opening ideas for fatigued air-traffic controllers, and gold keeps glittering.