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Friday, August 15, 2008

Visa's Phelps 'Amphibian' Ad

Michael Phelps isn't part dolphin, or fish, or amphibian, as this Visa ad states, but his amazing swimming talent might make you think so.

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Visa's Derrick Redmond Ad

This ad from Visa features Derrick Redmond, "who didn't finish in 1st place in the 1992 400 meter ... but he and his father finished." (Aug. 16)

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GE's Village Dragon Ad

In this ad for Biogas Technology, a group of children in China enter a cave and leave offerings for a large green dragon, which breaths fire and heats a pool in village. (Aug. 16)

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Browsing in the Biotech Aisle

Big Pharma's hunger for new products could be good news for investors in some biotech firms, reports Barron's Lawrence Strauss.

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Never Get Lost Again

This week's gadget is BackTrack from Bushnell, which can show you the way back to any location recorded within 1,000 miles, reports Barron's Jay Palmer. (Aug. 18)

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Oreo 'Train' Ad

Watch an Olympic advertisement from Oreo. (Aug. 15)

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Advocacy Programs Stir Controversy

With the help of government-funded advocates, William Bruce was discharged from a psychiatric hospital against his doctor's wishes. Two months later he killed his mother. WSJ's Nathan Koppel and Elizabeth Bernstein report. (Aug. 15)

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Looking Ahead- Another Busy Week

Choppy markets haven't allowed for much August R&R and with the Georgia conflict being closely watched and plenty of new earnings to digest, there's another busy week ahead for the markets. Stacey Delo has what you need to know. (Aug. 15)

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Charles Finch on 'The September Society'

Charles Finch, author of "A Beautiful Blue Death," speaks with WSJ's Bob Hughes about his new mystery, "The September Society." He discusses his days in Oxford, the appeal of Victorian England and what politics and writing have in common. (Aug. 16)

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Bank of Japan, Earnings Headline the Week

An interest rate-setting meeting will headline the news in Asia this week. Earnings from Chinese financial and telecommunications giants will share the spotlight. MarketWatch's Michael Kitchen reports. (Aug. 15)

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Boss Talk- Gareth Penny of De Beers

Before Gareth Penny joined the De Beers Group in 2006, the diamond retailer faced mounting challenges, including allegations of buying conflict diamonds and having low representation of black employees. WSJ's Vanessa O'Connell reports. (Sept. 29)

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Telling Insider Sales

Barron's Online's Teresa Rivas discusses sales at Huntsman and Warner Music Group, and a vote of confidence for Freddie Mac. (Aug. 15)

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Living with a Nuclear Fusion Reactor

In Richmond, Virginia, Richard and Kit Hull share a house with three cats, eight cars and a lab featuring a working nuclear fusion reactor. WSJ's Sam Schechner reports.

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Christian Francis Roth's Fashion Revival

In the 1990s, Christian Francis Roth was one of fashion's brightest young stars. But his company couldn't turn a profit. In 1995, he closed his high-end business. This season, he's trying to make a comeback at New York's fashion week. (Aug. 15)

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Riding in the Lap of Rolls-Royce Luxury

What kind of car can you get for $470,290? Ron Amadon takes a version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom for a spin and shows you some of the perks, such as footrests and a champagne cooler. (Aug. 15)

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Gold Is Still in the Game

Despite the recent pullback in gold prices, the fundamentals that drove the bull market are still in place, according to George Milling-Stanley, the World Gold Council's director, Official Sector, who says we could see a rebound. (Aug. 15)

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The Week Ahead in Europe

MarketWatch's Aude Lagorce previews next week's news events in Europe, including earnings results from BHP Billiton and WPP Group as well as Germany's ZEW investor sentiment survey. (Aug. 15)

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The IRS Wants to Tax Nonprofits

Ken Starr's latest case. (Aug. 15)

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Friday's News Roundup

Quarterly profit falls 4% at teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch and tumbles 36% at J.C. Penney, while Home Depot steps up to the earnings plate next week. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Aug. 15)

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Ukraine and Russia in Fleet Row

As the Georgia crisis rumbles on, Ukraine is insisting Russia give 72 hours notice of movements of Russian warships based in its territory. Russian military chiefs are dismissing Ukraine's demands as irrelevant. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 15)

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The Raw Roundup - August 16th



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Minor Olympic Sports Get Major Play on Web

WSJ's Loretta Chao reports that the 2008 Beijing Games is considered the first "Internet" Olympics. Because of limited television coverage, many are going to the Web to watch minority events like water polo. (Aug. 15)

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The Daily Left - August 15th



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U.S.- Russia to Face Consequences

Russian troops continue their push into Georgia despite agreeing to a French-brokered cease-fire and U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Russia could face serious consequences for years to come. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 15)

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How Retailers Are Faring in Tough Times

Senior analyst Joe Feldman of Telsey Group talks about how retailers are faring as shoppers pull back on discretionary income and looks ahead at big-box stores like Home Depot and Lowe's. (Aug. 15)

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McCain's Media Problem

McCain is developing a reputation for being out of touch with the American people. (Aug. 15)

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Costs Cause Trouble for Transports

As many companies struggle with rising shipping and fuel costs, some are favoring railways instead of trucks to transport goods. Richard Allen of commercial developer Allen Group discusses the challenges and benefits. (Aug. 15)

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