Energized chronicle of poor but talented Dublin kids who join forces to start a 1960s rhythm'n'blues band. Solid performances, dramatically and musically!
Greed and the expectation of the level high of returns enjoyed during the stock market boom of the late nineties, has powered the excess in the credit markets which have lead to the current financial crisis, says Alan Murray, Deputy Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal. The pain is just being felt and will likely impact hedge private equity and the broader economy, he told me in in this interview I did on Thursday at the Journal's offices.
Pew Research Center President Alan Murray and former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman discuss with WSJ's Jerry Seib their impressions on whether Barack Obama convinced the American public and a difficult Congress of his agenda. Photo: Getty.
Fortune Magazine editor Alan Murray, discusses just how big of an issue hacking cloud data is.
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