Alan Greenspan keeps making news, even after leaving the Federal Reserve chairman’s post.
Last week, he released his memoirs, taking the Bush Administration to task; and he told CNBC the housing bubble was "unavoidable."
Here is a sampling of our broadcast coverage.
Greenspan & the Professor, Pt. 1
In an exclusive interview, CNBC senior economics reporter Steve Liesman talks with Greenspan about his tenure at the Fed and the hurdles facing the 21st century economy.
Greenspan & the Professor, Pt. 2
CNBC's Steve Liesman continues his exclusive interview with Greenspan, who explains why the "soft landing" still holds challenges for economists and investors in the near future.
Greenspan & the Professor, Pt. 3
Concluding the exclusive CNBC interview with Steve Liesman, Greenspan touches on "creative destruction," the need for increased productivity and the inspiration he drew from the canals of Venice.
Public Service to Private Equity
John Snow, chairman of Cerberus Capital Management and former U.S. Treasury secretary, tells why he agrees with Greenspan on two points: He sees a "very serious condition" in credit markets, but remains optimistic that the U.S. will avoid a recession.
Big Business Weighs In
Lawrence Bossidy, chairman and CEO of Honeywell International and Brian Wesbury, chief economist at First Trust Advisors, take on the Greenspan legacy. With CNBC's Joe Kernan and Steve Liesman.
Inside The Book
In an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer, Greenspan explains controversial statements made in his autobiography, including his opinions of government colleagues and both Gulf Wars.