Movie Mom

Movie Mom


TV tomorrow

posted by Nell Minow

When I’m not being The Movie Mom, I speak out often on corporate abuses. Tomorrow, I will testify about the CEOs who made millions while their companies, investors, and customers were losing millions on subprime mortgages before the U.S. Congress Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. I am also scheduled to appear on “Good Morning America,” the NBC nightly news, and CNBC to talk about the hearing.



  • Joyce Martin

    You GO Girl. Blessings to you and yours!!!!!!!

  • Cindi Hoppes

    I thought the same thing the first commentator did! You go girl! Best wishes…..Cindi

  • Nell Minow

    Many thanks! I had a blast. I felt like the child in the fairy tale who tells the emperor he has no clothes.

  • iorek

    I saw part of this. You were the best one there, and you weren’t intimidated by those jerks.

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