In this episode, Andrew Ross Sorkin talks to media mogul Barry Diller about layoffs and CEO compensation and to advertising guru Jerry Della Femina about how the ad business is faring in a downscale economy.
Were you or someone you know recently laid off? If so, we want to hear your stories. What happened, how are you coping, and have you come up with a Plan B?
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Andrew Ross Sorkin talks with New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine on the Garden State and ways to fix the economy, journalist and author Michael Wolff about the media, and financial expert Danielle Babb on why she feels now is a good time to start a new business.
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In this episode, Andrew Ross Sorkin talks to Mort Zuckerman about the NYC real estate market, historian Niall Ferguson about his new history of money series, and restaurateur Danny Meyer about the upscale food industry in our downscale economy.
New York Times business columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin hosts a new seven-part television series featuring interviews that address the evolving economic crisis affecting New Yorkers. The show focuses on issues such as the city’s infrastructure and the effect the crisis is having on cultural programs.(View full post to see video)
To help you navigate the challenges of the economic downturn, here’s a list of web sites, nonprofit organizations, and public agencies in New York and New Jersey that target unemployment, career services, mortgages and foreclosures, health insurance benefits, financial services and other issues. Read More …
On Thursday (8 p.m.), catch the premiere of It’s the Economy, NY — What’s Happening and What it Means to You, a new seven-part series hosted by New York Times business columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Guests in the premiere episode: Steve Forbes, chairman and CEO of Forbes, and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine and former Time Warner Chairman Richard Parsons.
If you recall seeing Mr. Sorkin before, it may be because he’s made many appearances on Charlie Rose. Here are a few of the more recent interviews:
Sorkin on the future of the “Big Three” automakers (11/19/08):