Video: This Economic Disaster

August 29, 2009

Video – Lecture By William K. Black William K. Black, the former litigation director of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board who investigated the Savings and Loan disaster of the 1980s, discusses the latest scandal in which a single bank, IndyMac, lost more money than was lost during the entire Savings and Loan crisis. He will examine the political failure behind this economic disaster, in which not only massive fraud has taken place, but a vast transfer of wealth from the poor and middle class continues as the federal... Read article

Video: US & Global Economy

April 5, 2009

Professor Rodney Shakespeare and Max Keiser expose the insanity of the agreement reached by world leaders at the G20 summit in London. Fighting fire with fire, the G20 will propose more loans to solve a global debt crisis, with money that has no value, adding even more interest in the process, increasing the risk of hyperinflation to occur in the future. The G20 also want the IMF to sell $6bn worth of its gold reserves which may burst the gold bubble. Loading...  Read More →

Video: The Corporation

May 12, 2006

In THE CORPORATION, case studies, anecdotes and true confessions reveal behind-the-scenes tensions and influences in several corporate and anti-corporate dramas. Each illuminates an aspect of the corporation’s complex character. Among the 40 interview subjects are CEOs and top-level executives from a range of industries: oil, pharmaceutical, computer, tire, manufacturing, public relations, branding, advertising and undercover marketing; in addition, a Nobel-prize winning economist, the first management guru, a corporate... Read article