Global Unrest Slams Markets


No shortage of opinions— or of anger —about the causes of the financial crisis.

Amazon misses earning forecast—and its shares take a nosedive.

Surprise, surprise, surprise: Financial regulation reform is still a mess.

Global unrest slams markets.

Rethinking 'Frannie': Sounds like a very good idea.

Wall Street ends the day slightly higher.

El Baradei is back in Egypt—to protest.The Middle East is unstable and oil is important. (It's a more nuanced article than it sounds.)

As if you needed proof of global instability: Emerging market nations are stockpiling food— as a buffer against chaos.

And further proof: Protests have spread to Yemen.

GM withdraws its loan request.