Albert Bozzo is senior news editor in charge of features and specials at CNBC.com. Most recently he was executive producer and director of video programming at Forbes.com. In the past seven years, Bozzo has held senior news room positions at several Internet sites. In addition, he spent 15 years in financial TV, including a variety of senior positions at CNN and Bloomberg in London and New York. Bozzo is the recipient of such industry awards as CableACE and Overseas Press Club. He holds degrees from Beloit College and Columbia University.
A market crash, currency meltdowns, bubbles and war … Alan Greenspan weathered them all during his stint as Fed chief.
Though it may not seem like much by the relatively loquacious and candid ways of his successor Ben Bernanke, Alan Greenspan was a proponent of transparency and made the Fed more transparent than his predecessors– even if his speeches and official testimony were memorably obtuse.
China is looking to score big in hosting the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games next August, but the judging will be very tough.