The Round-Up: Friday

White House to announce details of auto industry bailout this morning at 9. [WSJ]

The Fairfield Greenwich Group investment fund may have unwittingly broadened the scope of Madoff’s scam. [WSJ]

The recession finally hits the city’s leisure and hospitality industry with job losses showing up in November for the first time in almost two decades. [NY Times]

NYC Transit to begin testing partitions on select MTA buses to protect drivers from unruly passengers. [NY Times]

Even the few investors who made money with Madoff may be forced to give those winnings up to all the losers in the $50 billion Ponzi scheme. [NY Times]

An urban couple takes a gamble on a second-home in East Fairfield, Vermont. [NY Times]

For folks with second homes bordering ski resorts, a little ski-room is the perfect addition. [NY Times]

A quaint Maine village with a “postcard-perfect harbor” and a long history of summering. [NY Times]

General Growth hires a broker to sell off three of its high-profile malls, including the South Street Seaport. [Crain’s]

New York State could lose 150,000 jobs if the Big Three collapse. [Crain’s]

Downtown straphangers worried over MTA’s plans to shutter the City Hall and Rector Street stations on the late-night N line. [NYDN]

The owner of last May’s fatal crane collapse took the damaged machine to a police pound, potentially destorying crucial evidence, lawyers say. [NYDN]

Two ex-Lehman Brothers brokers charged in an insider trading scheme involving a Playboy Playmate. [NYDN]

Assembly Leader James Tedisco claims that if Paterson’s entire $4 billion tax plan became law, the average family of four would pay $3,900 more each year. [NY Post]

The Round-Up: Friday