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Friday, July 11, 2008

Unlocking Your Hidden Tax Breaks

WSJ's Tom Herman talks with Adam Najberg about some commonly overlooked tax breaks. He discusses what he calls "complexity taxes," tax breaks that are so complicated, many people do not take advantage of them, including the sales tax deduction. (July 14)

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Tony Dungy on Family, His Father and Football

Tony Dungy, the first African-American coach to win the Super Bowl when the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Chicago Bears in 2007, speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about his latest work, the children's book, "You Can Do It!" (July 11)

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Barrows on Completing Aunt Mary Ann's Novel

WSJ's Bob Hughes speaks with author Annie Barrows about collaborating with her aunt, the late Mary Ann Shaffer, on their book "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society." (July 11)

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Sensuous Scent

Elizabeth Hurley and Est�e Lauder Chairman Leonard Lauder speak with MarketWatch's Larry Kofsky at the New York Stock Exchange about the release of their new fragrance, Sensuous.

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Film Financing

Patrick Morris, Executive Producer of "August," talks to Micheal Kitchen about hedge funds and other innovative elements of film financing. (July 11)

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Beijing's Cityscape, Avant-Garde or Eyesore?

Since Beijing won the bid for the Olympics, the city has been pouring millions into constructing new buildings. Now it's considered a hot spot for modern architecture, but some fear its new look is undermining thousands of years of history. (July 12)

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IPhone Hype Hasn't Diminished

A year after the iPhone first came out, enthusiasm for Apple's combination mobile phone and iPod hasn't waned as buyers lined up for hours Friday to get the first shot at the new, 3G version of the device. Rex Crum reports. (July 11)

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Some Insiders Are Buyers During Week of Sales

Billionaire Carlos Slim bought $9 million worth of Saks shares, bringing his stake to 10.6%. ConAgra executives also snapped up their company's stock. Alex Eule reports (July 11).

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Nepal's Chinese Embassy Focus of Tibetan Anger

Tibetan exiles focus their anger at the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal, where they have staged dozens of demonstrations since the Chinese crackdown on their homeland earlier this year. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 11)

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Is this Bud for InBev?

InBev trys to keep negotiations friendly upping its offer to $70 a share for iconic US brewer Anheuser-Busch. Tom Burnett, Director of Research at Wall Street Access talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the likelihood the offer will get done and recent consolidation in the beer industry including SABMiller and Molson Coors. (July 11)

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Bush on Oil and Fannie, Freddie Issue

U.S. President George W. Bush discusses oil prices and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. About the mortgage giants' funding, he says the nation's top economic officials are "working this issue very hard." Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 11)

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Apple Picking Up Momentum on Sales of 3G iPhones

Apple's new 3G iPhone ushers in mobile 2.0 with all its new applications and iPhone App Store according to Gene Munster, Senior Research Analyst, Piper Jaffray who talks with Kelsey Hubbard about Apple's latest release. (July 11)

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How to Sell in a Tough Real-Estate Market

With an almost 11-month inventory of unsold homes in the U.S., Paul Lin gets some pointers from real-estate agents in Greenwich and Wilton, Conn., on how to sell a house in a slowing market. (July 14)

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Study Suggests Credit Crunch Detrimental to Marriages

A new survey suggests as city bonuses for traders in London decrease, marital breakdowns increase and those polled said they were worried about their marriages because of the credit crunch. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 11)

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America's Power Crisis

Andy Tang, director of PG&E's Smart Grid, tells Stacey Delo about innovations planned for the power grid in the western region of the United States and how new technology will affect the grid's improvement and stability.

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Oil's Impact on the Farnborough Int'l Airshow

Tim Coombs, an analyst with Aviation Economics, talks to Aude Lagorce about the impact of the global economic slowdown and high fuel prices on new-plane orders at the upcoming Farnborough International Airshow. (July 11)

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Ring of Fire's Weekly News Vol. 18



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'Mamma Mia!'

See a clip from the film "Mamma Mia." Video courtesy of Universal Pictures. (July 11)

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Kotecki- 07/11/08

A John McCain advisor says we're a nation of whiners, the Iranian media apparently Photoshopped a missile test, and the people have spoken about Obama's VP.

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Kotecki- 07/11/08

A John McCain advisor says we're a nation of whiners, the Iranian media apparently Photoshopped a missile test, and the people have spoken about Obama's VP.

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Fannie, Freddie Under Pressure; Oil Climbs

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are under pressure to raise fresh capital; oil climbs again to $146 a barrel; GE's second-quarter profit drops; crowds line up for the new 3G iPhone. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (July 11)

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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - July 10

Time traveller James Kotecki goes back in time to report on the hottest and nottest in this week in politics.

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Iraq's Timetable For Withdrawal



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Dems & Obama Cave On FISA



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Wildfires Spread in California and Washington

In Northern California, wildfires destroy dozens of homes and thousands more are in danger. Wildfires also burn outside Spokane, Washington. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 11)

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McCain Advisor- 'A Nation of Whiners'

Former Senator Phil Gramm, John McCain's top economic advisor, says the country is not in a real, but a mental recession, and calls the U.S. "a nation of whiners." Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 11)

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10 reasons Lara Logan should give U.S. TV news a chance

Lara Logan, the CBS News correspondent in Iraq, said on The Daily Show that she would blow her brains out if she had to watch American news shows. Now that she is based in Washington for CBS, she'll have to do just that.

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Cosmonauts Take Perilous Space Walk

Cosmonauts perform a daring space walk outside the international space station to remove an explosive bolt. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 11)

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Bush Signs Law Expanding Eavesdropping

President Bush signs a law overhauling rules for eavesdropping on terrorism suspects without a court warrant. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 11)

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iPhone Wake Up Call

What is it about the new 3G iPhone that makes people line up outside Apple stores at the wee hours of the morning? WSJ's Marshall Crook investigates. (July 11)

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Playback 7/11/08

Wolfson: Clinton not being vetted

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Digging for rare gems in Tanzania

Discovered only 40 years ago in the Merelani Hills in northern Tanzania, blue-violet tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones in the world. But for those who rushed to the region hoping to make a fortune from the stone, its exploitation is not without risks.

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