A bit of CNBC circus with a Goldman fraud backdrop. An amazingly rude guest paints Jim Cramer and others on CNBC as being PR agents for Goldman Sachs. But who is this rude man?
|By: Michael Whitney Tuesday June 16, 2009 11:44 am|
Yesterday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer and Erin Burnett made a ridiculous, irresponsible statement. Cramer and Burnett compared the aftermath of Iran’s recent election to what would happen under the Employee Free Choice Act.
This is the height of irresponsible journalism. Jim Cramer and Erin Burnett need to hear from you now about their reckless reporting.
|By: BooRadley Wednesday March 18, 2009 3:24 pm|
NBC Universal Chief Executive Jeff Zucker fired back at comedian Jon Stewart on Wednesday, saying it was “unfair” and “absurd” for the funnyman to criticize CNBC and question its coverage of financial news.
“Everybody wants to find a scapegoat. That’s human nature,” Zucker said during a keynote address at a media industry conference. “But to suggest that the business media or CNBC was responsible for what is going on now is absurd.”
“Just because someone who mocks authority says something doesn’t make it so,” Zucker said, describing the comedian’s comments as “completely out of line.”
|By: BooRadley Saturday March 14, 2009 1:42 am|
Tom Davis, who chaired House Government Reform Committee, tells CNN Cramer’s activities are ‘something somebody ought to be looking at.
|By: BerthaLewis Friday March 13, 2009 5:57 pm|
Bertha Lewis writes a diary about www.thankyoujonstewart.org where people can thank Jon Stewart for his efforts to hold CNBC, Jim Cramer and Rick Santelli accountable for their roles in allowing Wall Street to get away with murder.
|By: BooRadley Wednesday March 11, 2009 1:15 pm|
In light of the current economic crisis, and with the hullabaloo ignited recently by Jon Stewart over the accuracy of CNBC’s reporting, we thought it might be useful to revisit this shocking 2006 interview Jim Cramer gave to TheStreet.com’s Aaron Task.
|By: BooRadley Monday March 9, 2009 11:38 pm|
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Humiliates CNBC (March 5, 2009)