This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The big rebound at the market after the Geithner pick featured; details given about Geithner's background, including the decision to let Lehman Brothers fail. [Meridian Equity Partners trader Jonathan CORPINA- says it is about confidence.] [MIT Sloan School professor Simon JOHNSON, Blackstone Group co-founder Peter PETERSON, Johnson Illington Advisors CEO Hugh JOHNSON- talk about Geithner, his role and credentials.] The question of whether the day's market rally is real or not discussed.
(Washington: Jake Tapper) The shaping up of President-elect Barack Obama's cabinet updated; details given about whether Senator Hillary Clinton will accept the secretary of state post with an announcement expected after Thanksgiving with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson being considered for Commerce secretary, retired Marine Gen. James Jones as the leading candidate for national security adviser, retired Adm. Dennis Blair for the national intelligence post, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano to head the Department of Homeland Security, Eric Holder as attorney general and former Senator Tom Daschle to lead the HHS Department. [American Enterprise Inst. Norman ORNSTEIN- outlines what this cabinet suggests about Obama.]
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The plight of the financial giant Citi featured; statistics about Citi and how Citigroup collapsed in the recession cited. [American Banker director Richard MELVILLE- says no one expected Citi to fail; states only the federal government can act.] [Egan-Jones Ratings Co. managing director Sean EGAN- estimates how much cash Citi needs.] [MIT Sloan School professor Simon JOHNSON- comments on the "bandaid" bailout.]
(Greensburg, Indiana: Chris Bury) America's foreign automakers featured; scenes shown from the new Honda auto plant in Greensburg, Indiana; details given about non-union workers. [Honda Motor Co. Takeo FUKUI- speaks about the challenging times.] [Auto WORKER - says Honda is building cars people need today.] Map shown of foreign-owned assembly plants. [Casesa Shapiro Group automotive analyst John CASESA- outlines their plant operations and how great companies restructure to anticipate the future.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The demand from Congressional leaders for a credible plan from automakers before approving rescue money noted.
(Hollywood: Brian Rooney) The appeal of vampire movies like "Twilight" to teenage girls examined; scenes shown of teenagers waiting in line for the show to open; details given about the "Twilight" story line based on books written by Stephenie Meyer. [Fandango.com Harry MEDVED†- talks about the girls at the midnight show.] [GIRL - reacts.] [MEYER - talks about the chivalry.] [Actor Robert PATTINSON†- comments on the reaction.]