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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Game-Changing

Politico's Daniel Libit on the latest political catch phrase...

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Game-Changing

Politico's Daniel Libit on the latest political catch phrase...

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Monitoring Home-Based Workers

In a budding trend some employment experts say is invasive, companies are stepping up electronic monitoring and oversight of tens of thousands of home-based workers. WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger reports. (July 30)

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New Hope for Alzheimer's Patients

For Alzheimer's victims, help could be on the way. A new generation of drugs could not only alleviate symptoms, but could stop progression of the devastating disease. (July 29)

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Donaghy Lawyer Speaks

The lawyer for former NBA referee Tim Donaghy reacts to the 15-month sentence Mr. Donaghy received for his role in providing gamblers inside information on games. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (July 29)

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RIM's Vulnerability to Retooled iPhone

Columnist Therese Poletti says investors seem to think Research In Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry, is more vulnerable to the threat from Apple after the introduction of the newer, faster iPhone. (July 29)

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Quake Shakes Los Angeles

Southern California was jolted by a magnitude 5.4 earthquake Tuesday. The tremor was felt from Los Angeles to San Diego and was followed by 11 aftershocks. No injuries or damage were immediately reported. (July 29)

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Auto Makers Exit Leasing Business

Big auto makers are tightening their vehicle-leasing terms, or backing away from the practice altogether, WSJ's John Stoll reports. He discusses why auto leasing has become so dangerous for the companies. (July 30)

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Bonus Analysis - July 28th

A global perspective on Barack Obama from a French national who saw Obama speak in Berlin.

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Bonus Analysis - July 28th

A global perspective on Barack Obama from a French national who saw Obama speak in Berlin.

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Bear Market Clues

Michael Kahn, Barron's Online's Getting Technical columnist, discusses the signals that indicate the bear market is in a seventh-inning stretch. (July 29)

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Happy Ronnie Musgrove Day!


When it comes to big egos, Ronnie Musgrove's takes the cake! Six years ago today, he declared "Ronnie Musgrove Day," in honor of himself, for a summer internship program. But he said "no" to honoring another Ronnie -- Ronald Reagan.

Honor for himself, but not for a former President?

It's sad. But even more pathetic is Musgrove's failed record . . . losing 38,000 jobs, turning a surplus into a deficit and taking $280,000 from convicted felons -- and $60,000 from people tied to the beef plant fiasco.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.



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Sen. Ted Stevens Indicted

Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska, the senior Republican in the Senate, was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Washington on seven counts of making false statements on his financial disclosure forms.

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A Weak Back-to-School Shopping Season Ahead

Despite the recent uptick in consumer confidence, consumers remain grim about the outlook for the economy, especially when it comes to the job market, according to Conference Board Economist Ken Goldstein. (July 29)

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RFK, Jr. - Waterboarding



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China Pledges Tighter Olympics Security

Chinese officials reject claims by a Muslim separatist group that it bombed two buses and that the attacks are connected to the Beijing Olympics. Still, the Foreign Ministry says it will step up security. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 29)

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Earmarks- The Alien Menace

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No Sign Yet of a Housing Bottom

David Blitzer, managing director and chairman of the Index Committee at Standard and Poor's, discusses the latest S&P/Case Shiller home-price index, which showed price declines continued to worsen in May. (July 29)

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Game Earnings on Deck

Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard -- the two largest video game publishers in the market -- are slated to report widely different quarterly results this week. (July 29)

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Speculation Swirls About Running Mates

The vice presidential sweepstakes are well underway as speculation swirls about who Barack Obama and John McCain will pick as their running mates. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 29)

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British Airways-Iberia Talk Deal

MarketWatch's Steve Goldstein takes a look at what a tie-up between these two airlines might accomplish. (July 29)

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Tuesday's News Roundup

Stocks rebound from losses in the previous session as oil dips. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi takes a look at the headlines. (July 29)

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The Daily Left - July 29th



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Bush Hosts Pakistan's Gilani, Reaffirms Ties

Hosting Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, President Bush and Gilani reaffirm ties between the two nations. They also discuss the U.S.-led war on terror. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 29)

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McCain, Obama on Jump-Starting the Economy

Sen. John McCain says to reduce gas prices and improve the economy, the U.S. must open up offshore drilling. Meanwhile, Sen. Barack Obama suggests another stimulus package to jump-start the economy. Video courtesy of Fox News. (July 29)

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Visit As I Say, Not As I Do



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Virgin's Branson Unveils Spaceship

British billionaire Sir Richard Branson unveils Virgin Galactic's mother ship that will send tourists into space for about $200,000 a trip. Nearly 200 people have already signed up for a seat on the spaceship. Video courtesy of Reuters. (July 29)

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A Look at Business Law

Mark Britton, chief executive officer and co-founder of Avvo.com, talks to Kelsey Hubbard about the most common legal mistakes new businesses make and how they can be avoided. (July 29)

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