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Measuring the Mortgage-Crisis Fallout

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Measuring the Mortgage-Crisis Fallout

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Gretchen Morgenson is a financial reporter and columnist for The New York Times. The New York Times hide caption

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Gretchen Morgenson, financial reporter and business columnist for The New York Times talks about the continuing fallout from the mortgage crisis and how it's affecting consumers.

Morgenson won a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for reporting on Wall Street. She has covered the financial markets for The Times since 1998.

Earlier, she reported and edited for publications including Forbes, Worth and Money magazines, worked as a stockbroker at Dean Witter, and was press secretary for Steve Forbes' 1996 presidential campaign.

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