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Friday, August 22, 2008

A First-Rate Power Play

Barron's reporter Dimitra DeFotis discusses how FirstEnergy has overcome its past to become one of the utility industry's bright spots. (Aug. 22)

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Roddick Comments on U.S. Open

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard speaks with tennis champion Andy Roddick. He may have sat out the Olympics but he says he's ready for the U.S. Open. (Aug. 22)

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Insiders Go on a Buying Spree

Executives at coal companies and an Atlanta-based REIT bought in this week. (Aug.22)

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Analysis of the Upcoming Conventions

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard and Susan Davis discuss what Barack Obama and John McCain have to get done to as the convention series approaches. (Aug. 23)

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Vito Racanelli on the Zacks Survey

Vito Racanelli talks about the BARRON Zacks survey. (Aug. 25)

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Dwyane Wade on Beijing

Miami Heat star and U.S. Olympian Dwyane Wade speaks with WSJ's Loretta Chao and Geoffrey Fowler about his time in Beijing. (Aug. 23)

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Jason Lutes 'Berlin- City of Smoke'

Cartoonist Jason Lutes talks about his book "Berlin: City of Smoke", which chronicles the lives of Berliners just after World War I during the twilight of the Weimar Republic. (Aug. 23)

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Cheese Rolling for Olympic Gold

Britain will host the 2012 Olympic Games and now, some are asking if sports like cheese rolling and bog snorkeling -- very British pastimes -- could be added to increase the country's medal haul. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 22)

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Alafair Burke's Latest Thriller

WSJ's Bob Hughes speaks with author Alafair Burke about her newest novel, "Angel's Tip." The second in a series about detective Ellie Hatcher, "Angel's Tip" is about a college student murdered on a spring break trip to New York. (Aug. 23)

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The Prospects of China's Sports Machine

As the Olympics come to an end, many wonder what will be in store for China's sports machine, a system that has harvested athletes since communism came into power. WSJ's Mei Fong reports. (Aug. 23)

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The Week Ahead in Europe

A host of earnings reports anchor the coming week in the European financial markets, with Rio Tinto, Diageo, Air Berlin and Aer Lingus all reporting. Aude Lagorce has a look at what to expect from these companies. (Aug. 22)

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The Hillary and Bill Clinton Factor

Going into the Democratic convention, the buzz is how Hillary and Bill Clinton will show up. Will they be "rock stars" for Barack Obama or play the spoilers at his event? WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard and Monica Langley discuss the hot topic. (Aug. 25)

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Looking Ahead- The Convention and The Economy

While the Democratic Convention will garner a lot of interest in the coming week, loads of economic data will flow in, giving us a look at the health of the consumer and the overall economy. Stacey Delo has a look at the week ahead. (Aug. 22)

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Collegiate Cuts Could Affect Future Olympics

In recent years, colleges across the country have dropped hundreds of teams in Olympic sports, including swimming, wrestling and gymnastics. WSJ's Christopher Roads reports on how this will affect future medal counts. (Aug. 23)

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The Intelligent Investor- Learning to Let Go

If you've ever found it difficult to let go of a lousy investment, WSJ's personal finance columnist Jason Zweig has some tips for you. He tells Cybele Weisser why it's hard to part ways and what you can do to break that attachment. (Aug. 23)

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Serge Test2- Nose

Serge Test2: Nose

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Gene Epstein on Taxes and Spending

Barron's Economics Editor Gene Epstein talks about his article on taxes and government spending. Can the presidential candidates tame Fed spending? (Aug. 23)

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With a Sword, Harvest is Uncorked

Stacey Delo travels to the Napa Valley for the start of the grape harvest at Mumm's Winery. (Aug. 22)

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Next Week in Asia- PetroChina Reports

PetroChina, the world's largest company by market cap, is expected to post a heavy fall in profit, while Japan comes out with important inflation numbers and Australia looks for a key signal from its top retailer. Michael Kitchen reports. (Aug. 22)

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Swing States Come into Focus

As we get closer to the election in November, some of the traditional red states could turn blue. WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard and Sara Murray discuss the states that Barack Obama needs to swing his way to win. (Aug. 25)

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What Obama Needs to Do

In his convention speech, Barack Obama needs to lay out details about his plan to turn the economy around, end the war and protect U.S. national security, according to Rex Nutting, MarketWatch's Washington bureau chief. (Aug. 22)

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Serge Test1- Dog Final

Serge Test1: Dog Final

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Formation of the First Stars

Watch an animation of the formation of the first stars. Video courtesy of the Institute for Computational Cosmology at Durham University. (Aug. 22)

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Economy Tops List of Voter Concerns

At the Democratic National Convention, voters will be listening for Barack Obama's plans for tackling energy and health-care costs, among other issues, according to MarketWatch's Robert Schroeder. (Aug. 22)

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Friday's News Roundup

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says inflation should moderate this year and into 2009, while Korea Development Bank says it's open to buying Lehman. Next week, the Democratic National Convention gets under way. (Aug. 22)

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Kotecki- 08/22/08

John McCain and Barack Obama fight about which is the worse house monger, and next week starts the convention season.

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Kotecki- 08/22/08

John McCain and Barack Obama fight about which is the worse house monger, and next week starts the convention season.

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Obama's To-Do List

WSJ's Jerry Seib gives a preview of the Democratic National Convention and the challenges faced by Barack Obama in convincing middle America that they share the same values and that he's a plausible commander in chief. (Aug. 22)

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Yao Ming, LeBron James on the Beijing Games

American basketball player LeBron James and Chinese player Yao Ming pose for cameras in a nation where the sport's profile has risen rapidly. The stars greet fans and discuss the Beijing Games. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 22)

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The Raw Roundup - August 23rd



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The Daily Left - August 22nd



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Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot, or Not - August 21

Kotecki's rundown of the hottest and nottest pf this week in politics.

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Playback 8/22/08

Housing Woes

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Housing Woes

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Webcam Trail Mix- Obama Needs A Blockbuster Convention

CQ Politics blogger says there are three things Barack Obama needs to do at the Democratic Convention in Denver.

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