The dust has settled. America's financial system is moving past the crisis mode it's been in since the collapse of Lehman Brothers a year ago. But what exactly we're moving on to is not entirely clear, and the trillions that we're spending to save the banking industry and revive the economy is causing Americans to ask some very important questions: Where is our money going? Will the Government be a permanent partner in our capital markets? And is our financial system more stable today than it was a year ago?
On September 10th, from our nation's capital, we take those questions to the man in charge of our money, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, in a CNBC special: "Banking on Geithner: A CNBC Town Hall Event With The Treasury Secretary."
The show repeats on the following dates:
Sunday, September 13th at 11PM
Monday, September 14th at 10PM and 1AM
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