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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Webby Words Say It All

WSJ's Andy Jordan reports from the 12th annual Webby Awards. He talks with host Seth Meyers, The Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington, rapper Will.i.am, and more. (June 11)

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CQ Politics Interview- Jim DeMint's New Conservative PAC

Senator Jim DeMint, R-S.C. is starting a new political action committee to help conservative candidates win elections. CQ Politics' Jonathan Allen spoke to DeMint about the PAC.

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Merrill's John Thain on Economic Reform

Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO John Thain talks with WSJ's Dennis Berman about the U.S. presidential candidates, his suggestions for economic reform, and his wishes for his own legacy. (June 11)

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Mortgage Crisis Not Limited to Subprime Borrowers

Mike Larson, interest rate and real estate analyst for "Money and Markets," says the foreclosure crisis is no longer limited to subprime borrowers, but that mortgage woes are now moving up the food chain as home prices decline. (June 10)

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CQ Politics Interview- Jim DeMint's New Conservative PAC

Senator Jim DeMint, R-S.C. is starting a new political action committee to help conservative candidates win elections. CQ Politics' Jonathan Allen spoke to DeMint about the PAC.

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McCain's Advisor Discusses Economic Proposals

Doug Holtz-Eakin, senior policy advisor for McCain for President, discusses the Republican presidential nominee's key economic proposals. He speaks with Kelsy Hubbard from the Journal's Deals & Deal Makers conference. (June 11)

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Placing Advertisements on TV via the Internet

In an effort to build out Internet-based advertising businesses, companies like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft continue to snap up smaller, specialist firms in the market. The president of one of those firms, John Gentry at Spot Runner, sits down for an interview to discuss the overall state of the online-ad market and where Spot Runner's TV focus fits in.

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Michelin Guide for Foodies on a Budget

Michelin Director Jean-Luc Naret speaks with Kelsey Hubbard about how to dine at Michelin-star venues on a budget. He gives consumers facing rising travel and food costs tips on finding the best deals. (June 10)

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U.S. & EU Consider New Iran Sanctions

During President Bush's final summit in Europe, the U.S. and EU issued new warnings to Iran and threatened to increase sanctions against the country. Video Courtesy of Reuters. (June 10)

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A Preview of Deals & Deal Makers

WSJ's Alan Murray, Nikhil Deogun and Dennis Berman give a preview of coverage from the Journal's Deals & Deal Makers conference, including interviews with Merrill Lynch chief John Thain and a debate between representatives from Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain campaigns.

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Oil- A Stronger U.S. Dollar Needed

Kerr Trading International President Kevin Kerr speaks with Polya Lesova from the Nasdaq. He says if the U.S. Federal Reserve moved to support a stronger and higher dollar, the prices of commodities, including oil, would be corrected. (June 10)

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Doubt is Their Product



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Where to Put Your Money

Michael Cuggino of The Permanent Portfolio Funds tells Stacey Delo he's still worried about inflation, but doesn't expect much policy action until after the election. (June 10)

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Women and Science



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Politico Playback 06/10/08

The general election is ratcheting up.

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Open Skies Fuels Carrier Competition

L'Avion CEO Marc Rochet discusses the new "open skies" agreement between the U.S. and the European Union. Among other benefits, he says the agreement will fuel competition, resulting in cheaper tickets. Christopher Hinton reports. (June 10)

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Bernanke Sends Mixed Signals Regarding Interest Rates

Despite the Federal Reserve Chairman's desire for a stronger dollar, Ben Bernanke is unlikely to raise rates, says Dan North, Chief Economist of Euler Hermes ACI. (June 10)

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RFK, Jr. - Environmental Espionage



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Senate to Weigh Taxes and Penalties on Oil Companies

With fuel costs rising, Senate Democrats are proposing that oil companies pay new taxes on profits and penalties for price gouging. Video courtesy of Fox News (June 10)

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Kotecki- 06/10/08

Dennis Kucinich wants to impeach President George W. Bush, Barack Obama's vice presidential vetter Jim Johnson takes flack from John McCain, and McCain says Obama would be like Jimmy Carter.

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Fuel Protests Erupt in Hong Kong and India

Angry drivers in Hong Kong call for fuel taxes to be scrapped, staging a protest that crippled traffic. Meanwhile, in India, both the Communists and the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party held protests. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 10)

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John McCain on Townhall Meetings

John McCain on Townhall Meetings in the General Election.

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Outright Barbarous



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Obama, McCain Look to General Election

Democrat Barack Obama focuses on the economy, while Republican John McCain seeks to separate himself from the unpopular President Bush. Video courtesy of Reuters (June 10)

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Fed Sees Inflation Risk; Texas Instruments Raises Forecast

High oil prices have increased the risk of inflation, says Federal Reserve Chief Ben Bernanke. Texas Instruments increases its earnings projection, while Wachovia cuts its estimate. (June 10)

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Mark Udall's Misleading Ad On Our Troops


Boulder Liberal Mark Udall came out with a misleading ad that says he's pro-military. Interesting... considering his long pro-Boulder, anti-military record.

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