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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Managing Through the Downturn

One CEO's tack: Shift business to stabler industries, seek out niche growth markets, and watch morale, says Tim Houlne, CEO of Working Solutions, a provider of home-based call-center agents. WSJ Digital's Kelsey Hubbard reports.

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At a Glance- GM Chevrolet's Volt

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the company on September 16, 2008, General Motors unveiled the production model of the Chevrolet Volt. Take a glimpse at what they put together. (Sept. 16)

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What AIG Crisis Means for You

WSJ's personal finance columnist, Brett Arends, addresses some of the concerns that AIG customers must be feeling in light of the recent market turmoil. (Sept. 16)

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Tech Diary- The Grapefruit Cam

What if streaming video could be shot in 360 degrees? WSJ's Andy Jordan takes Tech Diary to a Red Bull big jump to check it out and gets a little dizzy. (Sept. 16)

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Landing a Job in a New Wall Street Era

With the fall of Wall Street, thousands are going to be out of work. WSJ's Sarah Needleman gets some job seeking tips from recruiter Deborah Markus of the Gerson Group. (Sept. 17)

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Drill, Baby, Drill

Colorado Senate candidate Bob Schaffer says gas prices are still the issue. (Sept. 16)

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Second Lady's 'We the People'

Author and second lady, Lynne Cheney, wife of vice president Dick Cheney, talks about her sixth book, "We the People", with WSJ's Bob Hughes. (Sept. 16)

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Fed Holds Its Ground Against Wall Street

As WSJ's Sudeep Reddy reports, the Fed left interest rates unchanged, despite market expectations. Their decision sent a clear message that the government feels lower interest rates are not the answer to this financial crisis. (Sept. 16)

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Is the Fed Keeping Some Chips in Reserve?

Barron's Online Editor Randy Forsyth says that by holding rates unchanged, the Fed signals it's done enough. No more bailouts -- for now. (Sept. 16)

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Main Street Reaction to Wall Street Crisis

Turmoil in the financial markets can spread beyond the walls of large-name institutions. During an historic week on Wall Street, people offer their opinions on the financial crisis. (Sept. 16)

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- McCain's 'Fundamental' Gaffe

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that John McCain's comment on the strong fundamentals of the economy was a major gaffe, and Sen. Barack Obama jumped all over it.

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Middleby Remains Hot in Market

Barron's Clare McKeen says that Middleby recently delivered its 26th consecutive year-over-year gain. (Sept. 16)

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Inflation Eases, But for the Wrong Reasons

WSJ's Kelly Evans tells Kelsey Hubbard lower oil prices is easing inflation pressures. But while falling inflation might be a silver lining amid a faltering U.S. economy, she adds it's falling for the wrong reasons. (Sept. 16)

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Great Way to See a Great Wall

If you visit the Great Wall of China, you're likely to fall into a tourist trap. But, as WSJ's Jeff Bush discovered, just by looking a bit harder, you can find an altogether different way to take in China's masterful achievement. (Sept. 15)

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Fed Watching, Waiting Before Any Intervention

Amid the current market crisis, the Federal Reserve leaves interest rates unchanged. WSJ's Phil Izzo tells Adam Najberg the U.S. central bank will step in if necessary, but is waiting to see whether the situation warrants its intervention. (Sept. 16)

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Enough is Enough



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The Life of a Modern Princess

Take a trip to New Dehli with WSJ reporter Ellen Byron as she pays a visit to Shahnaz Husain, the person behind a cosmetic empire that stretches beyond her homeland of India, into Europe and Asia. (Sept. 16)

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Safeguard Your Retirement

Barron's Clare McKeen relays tips on saving for retirement during this difficult economic period. (Sept. 16)

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Enough is Enough



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Ad Watch

Ad Watch: Market Mayhem

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Ad Watch: Market Mayhem

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After Ike, Louisiana Residents Return Home

For the first time since Hurricane Ike pushed water into Lafitte, Crown Pointe and Barataria, Louisiana, people are being allowed to come home to get a glimpse of what's left. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 16)

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- McCain's 'Fundamental' Gaffe

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says that John McCain's comment on the strong fundamentals of the economy was a major gaffe, and Sen. Barack Obama jumped all over it.

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Blush


Ronnie Musgrove accepted more than $282,000 from trial lawyers -- Dickie Scruggs and Paul Minor -- convicted of trying to bribe a judge.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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AIG Too Big to Fail?

While the government decided not to save Lehman, Michelle Girard of RBS Greenwich Capital says it may be different for giant insurer. Also, it could be curtains for stand-alone investment banks. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Sept. 16)

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What Your Children Should Know About Money

Parents should not rely on schools to teach kids about money, according to Janet Bodner, Kids and Money columnist at Kiplinger's. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Sept. 16)

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India's Real Estate Sector Grows

Anirudda Joshi of Hirco Plc talks about growth drivers in India's real estate market as well as challenges facing that market. (Sept. 16)

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Kotecki- 09/16/08

Our economy: under pressure. John McCain: under pressure. Charlie Rangel: under pressure. Sarah Palin: yup, her too.

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Kotecki- 09/16/08

Our economy: under pressure. John McCain: under pressure. Charlie Rangel: under pressure. Sarah Palin: yup, her too.

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Kotecki- 09/16/08

Our economy: under pressure. John McCain: under pressure. Charlie Rangel: under pressure. Sarah Palin: yup, her too.

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Bonus Analysis - Sept. 15

A message from the U.S. Government concering the recent banking news...

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Bonus Analysis - Sept. 15

A message from the U.S. Government concering the recent banking news...

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Fmr Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers on Economic Crisis & Conservative Ideology

Since the late 1970s and building through the era of Ronald Reagan, there has been an ongoing debate about the effectiveness of supply-side economics. Lehman Brothers = bankrupt. Merrill Lynch = sold. Fannie Mac & Freddie Mac = in crisis. Bear Stearns = failed. Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers appeared at the Center for American Progress to discuss the current economic crisis facing middle class America and the trickle down economic theory espoused by conservatives. Do tax cuts spur economic growth and pay for themselves with higher revenues on additional economic activity stimulated? This debate will be revived in the coming year as the incoming President and Congress will soon decide whether to renew of a variety of tax cuts adopted starting in 2001 and set to expire in 2010. Economists now have years of experience with this tax policy. What does the evidence show us? What has been the public debate about tax policy and supply-side and has it shifted in light of growing inequality and limited sharing of the benefits of economic growth?

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Galveston Unable to Accommodate Population Following Ike

With no running water, electricity and sanitation, Galveston, Texas, officials say the city can no longer safely accommodate its population following Hurricane Ike. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 16)

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McCain, Obama Address Wall Street Crisis

Presidential candidates Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama turn their attentions to the faltering U.S. economy. Analysts say the current financial crisis could be a game-changer in the race for the White House. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 16)

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Playback 9/16/08

Whatever you do, don't blink.

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Playback 9/16/08

Whatever you do, don't blink.

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Bove's Advice To Goldman, Morgan Stanley

Remaining top brokerage firms Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will need to look at potential commercial bank partners to get steady funding, according to Dick Bove, managing director of Ladenburg Thalmann. (Sept. 16)

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David Petraeus vs. Barak Obama



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Race Rundown- Candidates take on the economy

In light of the troubles on Wall Street, Barack Obama and John McCain are making the economy a top priority on the campaign trail. But the AP's Julie Pace says neither candidate has seized control of the issue.

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Ike Leaves Texas In Tatters

The largest search and rescue operation in Texas history is underway to find the victims of Hurricane Ike. Meanwhile, millions of Texans are without power. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Do You Need A Nanny?

There are things you need to know if you are planning on hiring a nanny. Sarah Bernard from New York magazine and Dr. Susan Fox explain to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Ike's Effects Linger In Texas

Evacuees are barred from returning home to Galveston, Texas, which is still without power and clean drinking water. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Texas Gov. On Ike Aftermath

Harry Smith talks with Texas Governor Rick Perry about the devastation left by Hurricane Ike and the search and rescue efforts still underway to help its victims.

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Happy Birthday Mark McEwen

Weatherman Dave Price and his fellow anchors wish former "Early Show" weatherman and author Mark McEwen a Happy Birthday.

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How To Hire A Nanny

How do you hire a nanny and -- if you have to -- fire one? Maggie Rodriguez talks with Dana Points of Parents magazine and Bethany Sirt of SitterCity.com about it.

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Tips For Getting A Mortgage

Now is the time to buy a home, but you will need better credit than ever to get a mortgage. Financial Correspondent Vera Gibbons explains what you can do to Harry Smith.

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Dionne Warwick, Author!

Famed singer Dionne Warwick added author to her credits with her children's book "Say A Little Prayer." She talks to Harry Smith and sings on the plaza.

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Bush To Tour Ike Devastation

President Bush is back in his home state to take a tour of Hurricane Ike's devastation in Texas' coastal communities. Millions there are still without power. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Can Plastics Make You Sick?

The FDA is investigating whether a compound in household plastics can make you sick. Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Maggie Rodriguez about the study.

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Israel's Kadima party prepare Olmert succession

Israeli Foreign Minister and contender for the Kadima party leadership Tzipi Livni has a 20 percent lead over her closest rival ex-defence minister Shaul Mofaz, according to the survey broadcast by private television channel 10 two days before the actual vote on Wednesday.

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Angolans blame misfortunes on their 'witch' children

Belief in the power of evil spirits is strong in some areas of northern Angola. After a family misfortune such as death or an illness, it is often the children who are blamed - accused of witchcraft.

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Navigating The Credit Crunch

In these times of economic uncertainty, many investors are worried about the integrity of their holdings. Financial adviser Ray Martin answers viewers' questions about savings and loans.

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Joe Biden Reacts To Economy

Democratic VP candidate Joe Biden criticizes the policies of President Bush and Sen. John McCain and offers his ideas to improve the U.S. economy. He talked to Maggie Rodriguez.

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McCain Shuns Corporate Greed

Clarifying earlier remarks, Sen. John McCain called American workers strong, but betrayed by corporate greed and lack of oversight. He talked to Harry Smith.

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World Market Meltdown

Black Monday on Wall Street was its worst day since the first day of trading after 9/11. The U.S. market finished 500 points down, sending world markets into worry, Jeff Glor reports.

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EU listens to Roma plight

European Union and Roma community leaders held their first summit together Tuesday in Brussels to seek ways to end the discrimination and poverty suffered by one of Europe's biggest minorities.

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Blackberry Addiction

A new study explores how addictive handheld electronic devices can be. WCBS' Scott Rapoport reports.

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George Takei Ties The Knot

Actor George Takei married his long-time partner Brad Altman in California. The couple talks with Maggie Rodriguez about their wedding and their fight to keep same-sex marriage legal.

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Asian Markets Plummet

On the heels of a worldwide sell-off, markets in Asia plummeted over concerns about Wall Street's new landscape. Celia Hatton reports.

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Guinness Record Holders Meet

CBS News RAW: Guinness World Record holders He Pingping and Svetlana Pankratova, the smallest man and the woman with the longest legs met for the first time in London.

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Performers stage opera performances for "hungry ghosts"

According to traditional Chinese beliefs, the gates of hell open during the seventh lunar month, allowing "hungry ghosts" to roam the earth. This is a time to stage opera performances -- but it's a dying art form.

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Global shares dive as fear grips investors

World stock markets tumbled for a second straight day on Tuesday, with investors unnerved by the risk of a full-blown global financial crisis despite huge cash injections from central banks.

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Lebanon's environmental disaster

The Lebanese port city of Sidon is living an ecological nightmare. The city's dump releases toxic gases, chemicals seep into the ground water and waste tumbles into the sea, washing up in the port and along the coast.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on unchanged interest rates; rebounding stocks; a partial Lehman Brothers buyout; AIG's continuing woes and oil prices continue to drop.

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Notebook- AIG on the Brink

As AIG teeters on the brink, investors are worried that if the insurance giant goes under the ripple effect will be enormous. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Victoria's Newest Secret

Model Marisa Miller made her debut as Victoria's Secret's newest angel. She will join top angel, Heidi Klum in headlining the annual Victoria's Secret fashion show.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Egypt looks back at Camp David 30 years on

Thirty years after Egypt and Israel signed the Camp David accords, which led to Israel's first peace treaty with an Arab nation, the Egyptian street is divided between forgetfulness and optimism.

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Weathering The Financial Storm

From business leaders to average Americans, the troubles of Wall Street have caused concern and questions. Jeff Glor reports.

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Obama, McCain On Wall Street

Despite Wall Street's woes, John McCain repeated his belief that the "fundamentals" of the economy are strong. Barack Obama described McCain as "out of touch." Dean Reynolds reports.

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Black Monday On Wall Street

The Dow fell by more than 500 points in the wake of Lehman Brothers' demise and Merrill Lynch's takeover. Anthony Mason reports on the tenuous financial markets.

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Palin Shuns Reporters

Sarah Palin steers clear of the reporters that travel with her daily on the campaign trail. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Eye To Eye- Market Status

Financial advisor Jill Schlesinger talks with Jeff Glor about the current state of the stock market and what it means for investors and Americans looking for a mortgage.

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Standard&Poor's comments on Wall Street Crisis

Sam Stovall and David Wyss from the credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s comment on the financial crisis that hit Wall Street on Monday.

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Lehman, Lynch Shake Up Market

The stock market plummeted due to news of Lehman Brothers filing for bankruptcy and Bank Of America's purchase of Merrill Lynch. Karen Brown reports.

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Bankers react to Lehman Bros collapse

New York bankers give their reaction following the collapse of US investment bank Lehman Brothers. There are fears that more bad news is on the horizon for the finance sector.

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