Friday's Top Videos: Fannie, Freddie & More

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac worries ruled the day, while oil prices reached a new record high. Following are the day's top videos.

Fannie and Freddie Takeover?

"I think at the moment what scares me the most is just the limbo we're in here. [We're] creating uncertainty, kind of. As we debate about it we make it worse."

Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist

Chat With AT&T on iPhone

"We want to bring to our customers the latest and the coolest devices, and absolutely this is the greatest and the coolest device on the market today. This phone does things that no other phone has ever done."

Ralph de la Vega, AT&T CEO

Waiting for Google's Phone

"The applications that are most interesting, and which we think will come out, are the ones that know where you are, know what you're looking at, use the camera, use maps and can tell you something."

Eric Schmidt, Google CEO

Maria's Market Message

"Belgian brewer InBev boosting its bid for Anheuser-Busch to $70 a share. That is up from it's previous bid of $65, and that values the takeover at $50 billion. The increase apparently enough to satisfy Anheuser's board. They could accept the deal as early as this weekend, after strongly opposing it just a few days ago."

CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera

Stop Trading! Listen to Cramer

"Wall Street can say whatever it wants, but I believe that the turn in Freddie was the turn in the President's position. [It's] very different from yesterday. Someone got to the President from these organizations and explained to him he's got to change his tune. I think these situations may be, for the moment, done going down."

Mad Money's Jim Cramer

Top Video of the Week: Pickens' Energy Plan

"I think the American people know something's wrong — they don't know exactly what's wrong. I'm going to explain the energy situation to them, and I'm going to give a solution for how we get out of the trap that we put ourselves in, and I want to elevate this into the presidential debate."

Boone Pickens, BP Capital CEO