May 27th, 2015
Episode 260 of 836 episodes
What do today's arrests say about alleged corruption within football's world governing body? After years of allegations, we hear from leading experts about the implications for FIFA that law enforcement is now getting involved. And what does a manufacturing boom in North America say about rising wages in China? We have a report from the car industry in Mexico and hear from Liz Ann Sonders, the chief investment strategist for the Wall Street brokerage and bank, Charles Schwab. (Photo: Fifa sign daubed with red paint, Credit: Michael Buholzer/Getty Images)
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