Sheila Bair

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Fortune Adds Two - Posted November 2, 2011
Fortune magazine has hired two new columnists: Sheila Bair, most recently a chairperson with the FDIC, and ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Fortune Adds Two - Posted November 2, 2011
Fortune magazine has hired two new columnists: Sheila Bair, most recently a chairperson with the FDIC, and ... [FishbowlNY]

Fortune Releases 10 Most Powerful Washington Women List - Posted September 10, 2009
As part of Fortune's 50 Most Powerful Women list, which launched today, the mag created a a special new list of the 10 Most Powerful Women in Washington: #1 Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House #2 Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State #3 Sheila Bair... [FishbowlDC]

Taking Out The Trash: Hollywood Edition - Posted August 18, 2009
What we almost missed today... • Wolf Blitzer, George Stephanopoulos, Cokie Roberts, Candy Crowley, ... [FishbowlDC]

CNBC Takes Town Hall to the Bank - Posted February 25, 2009
CNBC is hosting a town hall meeting tonight with FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair. "Who's Protecting Our Money?" will be hosted by CNBC's Jim Cramer and Erin Burnett tonight at 10pmET. Cramer and Burnett will moderate the discussion before a studio audien... [TVNewser]

Sunday Show Preview - Posted October 3, 2008
Meet the Press: Democratic strategist Paul Begala and Republican strategist Mike Murphy, and a roundtable with NBC's David Gregory, PBS' Gwen Ifill, Wall Street ... [FishbowlDC]

The Ticker (biz edition): CNBC, FBN, Bloomberg... - Posted October 3, 2008
> CNBC was mentioned this morning during House talks on the bailout bill. Rep. David Dreier said, "Anyone who watched CNBC's coverage saw a direct juxtaposition — one half of the screen showed this house floor, the other half of the screen showed the floor of the stock exchange." >... [TVNewser]

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