Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind and his wife, Cornelia, also a journalist, discuss the new book, "Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism," and their family’s 20-year odyssey in connecting with their regressive autistic son through Disney movies. They talk with Jane Williams on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg EDU.”
Every once in a while, a single anecdote sums up a 500-page political saga. So it is with “Confidence Men,” Ron Suskind’s revelatory look at Barack Obama’s flailing struggle to halt the deepest economic crisis since Franklin Delano Roosevelt ruled the White House.
Ron Suskind, author of "Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington and the Education of a President," discusses his new book. Suskind spoke on September 23 with Bloomberg's Sara Eisen and Michael McKee on "Bloomberg On the Economy"
Some women just bug men. Hillary Clinton did (and still does). Nancy Pelosi, who has replaced Clinton as the Scary Democratic Woman in Republican fundraising appeals, surely does. And now Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has joined the club.
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Bank analyst Mike Mayo describes a dust-up with Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase & Co., while a former Federal Reserve Board staffer dissects the central bank’s shoddy monetary data in two of our favorite business books of late.