Slim pickings at the end of the road
He went from the prestige of Princeton to being the face of the Fed. Now the cerebral banker has a second term to prove his mettle
They don't come much cleverer than Barack Obama's main economic adviser. Now the world waits to see if his ideas are smart enough to save us
Will President Barack Obama be a modern-day Franklin D Roosevelt, who pulled the US back up over the economic precipice, or will he be a disastrous copy of his predecessor, Herbert Hoover?