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Friday, July 18, 2008

Virgin Mobile Ad

An advertisement for Virgin Mobile. (July 18)

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Brown Shoe's Growth Strategy

Mark Hood, CFO of Brown Shoe, discusses the company's plan to double sales and earnings over the next five years with Barron's Dimitra DeFotis. (July 21)

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International Intrigue

Novelist Christopher Reich speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about his latest book, "Rules of Deception" and his move into the world of international intrigue. (July 18)

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A Study of Beer

WSJ's Charles Forelle and John Miller travel to Belguim to speak with Joris Pattyn, one of Belgium's finest palettes, as he weighs in the beers owned by InBev, including Budweiser. (July 18)

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Home, Sweet Pre-Fab Home

A new exhibit at New York's Museum of Modern Art shows how digital technology is improving the design of prefab dwellings. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (July 19)

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Looking Ahead- Apple, BAC on tap

Was that a technical glitch we saw in the markets? We'll find out next week as some 80 S&P 500 companies report earnings. Here's a look at what to expect from the week in the markets and the economy. Stacey Delo reports.

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Betting on Banks

After a week of extraordinary volatility for bank stocks, Stuart Plesser, senior banking analyst at Standard & Poors, discusses what to expect from banks as more of them report quarterly earnings next week. (July 18)

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A Fear of Investing

Are you afraid of investment? It turns out that the brain reacts the same way when stocks go down as when seeing a snarling dog or, well, anything terrifying. WSJ's Jason Zweig explains. (July 18)

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Getting Fans into the Ballpark

The Arizona Diamondbacks have been successful on the field, but they're having trouble getting fans into the ballpark. WSJ's Adam Najberg visits Chase Field to see what's going on. (July 18)

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Europe Looks at Autos and Tech

Autos, pharmaceuticals and tech stocks are in the earnings spotlight for the week of July 21. Aude Lagorce has the details. (July 18)

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Washington on a Witch Hunt

With economic troubles brewing, Washington is on a witch hunt to find someone to blame. From short sellers to oil traders, Congress is aiming to clamp down, despite the complex causes. WSJ's Greg Hitt reports. (July 19)

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T Rowe Price's Best Asset- Caution

A recent selloff has given the stock new value. The company's reputation for conservative investing makes it an attractive place for retirment-focused customers, and business is growing. (July 21)

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An Opportunity in Financials

Investors with a six-to-twelve-month horizon may want to look at financial stocks, many of which are trading below ten times the forward price-to-earnings ratio, says Barron's Andrew Bary. (July 21)

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Don't be in Denial about Bear Market

Cash does not crash, says Stephen McClellan, author of Full of Bull, who says the profile of your portfolio has to be different in a bear market.

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Fog or Smog?

Beijing residents and visitors wonder what makes up the murky haze that has shrouded the Olympic city. Andy Jordan reports from Beijing. (July 18)

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Will sports lose its biggest ad booster?

How will InBev's $52 billion takeover of Anheuser-Busch affect the No. 1 U.S. brewer's massive sports advertising and sponsorship budget? (July 18)

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Sea Chase for Drug Smuggle Sub

Mexico's navy captures a makeshift submarine and its crew suspected of drug running. Mexican officials say it's the first time they have caught suspected smugglers using a sub. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 18)

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James Brown's Items Auctioned

The belongings of the "Godfather of Soul" didn't pull in as much as expected, taking in $850 thousand. Items included a denim jumpsuit and red furniture that fetched $40 thousand. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 18)

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A Look Ahead at the Airline Sector

With three of the largest U.S. airlines having reported their quarterly earnings this week, Calyon Securities analyst Ray Neidl discusses his take on the industry and what's in store ahead. (July 18)

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This Week's Insider Activity

Insiders bought shares of Gaylord Entertainment and Charming Shoppes, but sold Vornado Realty Trust. Barron's Online's John Kimelman reports. (July 18)

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Kotecki- 07/18/08

John McCain's campaign slams the upcoming overseas trip of Barack Obama, who loves to work out and kind of looks like a Vulcan.

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Kotecki- 07/18/08

John McCain's campaign slams the upcoming overseas trip of Barack Obama, who loves to work out and kind of looks like a Vulcan.

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'Dark Knight' Destined for Success

The film, starring the late Heath Ledger, will be a blockbuster. For Time Warner, it has to be. Jon Friedman explains. (July 18)

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A Taste of Parisian Absinthe

George Rowley, owner of the La Fee absinthe brand talks about the spirit's celebrity following from Vincent van Gogh to Johnny Depp, explains why it was banned in 1915 and the traditional way to serve the drink known as "The Green Fairy"

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Are Corporate Profits Hitting Bottom?

This quarter's corporate earnings are being touted by some analysts as a bottom. But that optimism may be unfounded. While some earnings beat expectations, inflation and enduring distress from the housing bust have pressured others. (July 18)

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New Yorkers Buzzing about Batman

Fans have waited nearly three years for the next installment in the Batman movie series. But when "The Dark Knight" hits theaters this weekend, fans may have to wait longer than they expected. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 18)

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Gore on Battling Global Warming

Former Vice President Al Gore says the U.S. needs to switch from electricity generated by fossil fuels and replace it with wind, solar and other carbon-free sources within ten years. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 18)

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GOP and Dems Debate Where to Drill

Republicans and Democrats agree more drilling needs to be done to lower prices at the pump. But while Republicans are pushing for offshore drilling, Democrats say oil companies should drill on land they already lease. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 18)

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Expanding Costs of Health Care HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/07/lambrew_budget_testimony.html With health care costs escalating at rates that dramatically exceed wage growth and inflation, future health care spending poses a significant challenge for the Federal budget, for employers, and for families. Health care spending in the United States doubled between 1996 and 2006, and is expected to double again in the next decade. Policymakers and political candidates of all philosophical stripes have offered dramatically different strategies for controlling health care spending. These approaches range from placing the locus of health care spending decisions � and risk for health care costs - with individuals and families, to making long-term investments in prevention, better information and better health care quality that will be best realized if all Americans have health care coverage.

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Kelsey Hubbard's Daily Report

Tech stocks falter on disappointing earnings news from Google and Microsoft, while Citigroup posts a $2.5 billion quarterly loss. Kelsey Hubbard reports on these and all of the day's big headlines. (July 18)

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Growth Strategy at Theragenics

Theragenics Corp. Chief Executive Christine Jacobs tells Kelsey Hubbard how despite this difficult credit and economic environment, the company was able to continue growing through acquisitions. (July 18)

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The Business News Rollercoaster

One of the toughest beats in journalism has been chronicling Wall Street's meltdown -- and the media have met the challenge of covering a fast-moving world of unending stream of depressing news. (July 18)

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HTV: Netroots Nation Special Report from Austin

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