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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

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  • The bonus battle
    President Barack Obama has called big bank bonuses "obscene." Obama's pay czar Kenneth Feinberg talks about how he's tried to limit massive payouts to executives at the firms getting government bailout, and why sometimes cutting compensation is not a good idea.9:06 a.m.
    Kenneth Feinberg: Special Master For Executive Compensation of TARP. He's also known as Obama's pay czar.
  • Health care reform nears the finish line, but obstacles remain
    Democrats in the Senate and the House are hammering out the details on a compromise health care reform bill to send to the President, but a close Senate election in Massachusetts could derail their plans.10:06 a.m.
    Carrie Budoff Brown: Health care reporter for Politico.
    Stephen Parente: Academic director of the Medical Industry Leadership Institute at the Carlson School of Management.
    David Kendall: Senior fellow for health policy with The Third Way, a Washington think tank.

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