New York Times financial editor David Enrich has been covering the German Deutsche bank for years. In his new book he chronicles why the 150 year old institution began shadowy practices - like laundering money, tax evasion, violating international sanctions, and lending money to Donald Trump after no other Wall Street bank would.
Columnist Bob Sullivan covers Internet scams and consumer fraud for MSNBC.com, where he writes a column called The Red Tape Chronicles. His new book is about the hidden fees found in many phone, cable, credit card and other bills.
Investigations Editor for the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Fred Schulte. He has received many awards for consumer-oriented journalism including the George Polk award for exposing patient abuses in health maintenance organization. Schulte's new book Fleeced (Prometheus), looks into telemarketing rip-offs and how to avoid them. (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane)