Networks Aid Obama's War on Insurers' Profits

During heated battle over health care 'reform,' only 17 percent of reports point out that insurance companies don't make obscene profits like liberals say.

Bad Businesses Should Face Market Consequences

A rebuttal of AIG senior VP's claim that the federal bailout the company received was 'better' than bankruptcy.

CBS Favors Obama in Segment on Candidates' Energy Proposals

Report suggests GOP nominee McCain is 'in the pocket of big oil,' barely questions Democrat's plan.

Networks Look to Oil Speculators as Gas Price Scapegoat

'World News' estimates speculation adding $30 to the price of a barrel of oil, though others doubt such a big effect.

CACI's London Makes Strong Defense of 'Good Name'

Account from technology firm shows businesses can take a stand against bad reporting and flourish.

Lauer Prosecutes 'The People vs. Exxon' in CEO Interview

'Today' host repeats popular but faulty criticisms of oil companies in one-on-one with ExxonMobil head.

Network Morning Shows Celebrate 'April Fuel's Day' Bashing 'Big Oil'

Journalists draw parallels between higher gas prices and tax breaks for oil companies on day of congressional hearing.

Crude Coverage

Media ignore OPECs control of oil market when covering Americas pain at the pump.

Despite Media Carping, Americans Largely Trust Drug Companies

Media attacks on pharmaceutical companies don't resonate with the public, which overwhelmingly believes drug makers improve quality of life.

Populist 'Outrage' Forgets People Behind American Business

Clinton and Obama want to stick it to The Man - but just who is The Man?
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