The Company Memo: Monday, April 29, 2013

Updated
Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout
Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

 

A new development in the Boston Marathon case: the mother of the suspected bombers had reportedly been on a federal watchlist for more than a year before the bombs exploded earlier this month.

As Chicago gun violence continues to rise, we’ll talk with Chicago Sun-Times Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet and the Examiner’s Nick Bogert. Chicago, the nation’s third-largest city, had 506 murders in 2012, the highest of any city.

Plus, Lanny Davis, former special counsel to President Clinton and author of the new book Crisis Tales: Five Rules for COping with Crises in Business, Politics and Life joins us to talk about former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’s political comeback.

The Company Memo: Monday, April 29, 2013

Updated