This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Andrew Ross Sorkin) The 2 billion dollar trading loss for JP Morgan Chase bank examined; details given about the role of the trader, the “London Whale,” and the call for stricter regulations; scenes shown of an Occupy Wall Street protest. [In conference call to investors, voice of CEO Jamie DIMON- says we deserve any criticism we get.] [Senator Carl LEVIN- warns we could be facing economic disaster.] [Former FDIC chairperson Sheila BAIR- calls for simplification.] The implications for taxpayers discussed.
(Studio: Brian Williams, David Gregory, Andrew Ross Sorkin) An NBC interview with Dimon for “Meet the Press” previewed. [DIMON – says we know we were sloppy and regulators should look at this.] Dimon’s view on regulation and how this could happen again discussed.
(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) Illinois Senator Mark Kirk’s battle to recover from a stroke he suffered last January featured; scenes shown from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, where he is working to regain mobility; details given about efforts by politicians in the past to conceal health issues. [Physiotherapist George FORNBY- notes the need to practice walking post-stroke.] [Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago CEO Dr. Joanne SMITH- states tissue in the brain can increase its function.] [Presidential historian Doris Kearns GOODWIN- notes public figures are now more willing to be open.] [KIRK – relates his goal to climb the steps to the Senate front door.]
(New Orleans: Ron Mott) The decision of some women approaching retirement to switch careers featured; statistics cited. [Tour guide Gay Spear- says it’s more fun than it is work.] [AARP Jean SETZFAND- says the longer you can work and draw an income the better off you’ll be.] [The Occasional Wife Kay MORRISON- comments on her new career.]
(Pasadena, California: Kristen Dahlgren) The renewed popularity of archery spurred by the movie “The Hunger Games” featured; film excerpts shown. [PEOPLE – comment.] [Archery coach Obaka ADEDUNYO- says archery is finally becoming a household word.] [USA Archery CEO Denise PARKER- says it’s a bit of a geek sport.]