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Monday, September 29, 2008

Conversations With Jon Friedman- Thomas Kostigen

Thomas Kostigen, author and MarketWatch columnist, discusses his latest book, "You Are Here," which examines how our everyday lives impact the environment in the rest of the world. (Sept. 30)

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Bailout Plan- A Stressful Waiting Game

Theodore Weisberg of Seaport Securities talks about the effects of the latest bailout news on the financial markets and where we're destined to go from here. Kelsey Hubbard reports from the New York Stock Exchange. (Sept. 30)

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U.S. May Take Ownership Stake in Banks

Under the just-passed $700 billion bailout plan, Treausry officials are given the authority to inject cash directly into banks and in return the Treasury Department can take ownership.

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Examining the Financial Crisis

Reporter Gretchen Morgenson discusses an upcoming New York Times series of articles examining the causes of the current financial crisis.

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Market Reaction- Anger, Disbelief

After the Dow's 777-point drop, there's a little bit of fear on the streets of San Francisco, among other reactions to the day's business news. Stacey Delo reports. (Sept. 29)

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Advanced Management Programs for Future CEOs

Elite advanced management programs at top business schools cater to those trying to get into the c-suite. Jennifer Merritt visits the Harvard Business School to take an inside look at one such program. (Sept. 30)

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The Consequences of the Bailout Vote

WSJ Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib gives his take on Monday's House vote on the bailout and its effects on the market, saying "we're now going to learn the consequences of political failure." (Sept. 29)

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Wall Street What?

After the bailout vote, WSJ's Andy Jordan hit the street -- Wall Street -- to hear what bankers, investors and tourists had to say. (Sept. 29)

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Haslett Becomes Rams Head Coach

St. Louis Rams introduce new head coach, Jim Haslett, who replaces Scott Linehan after an 0-4 start. Video courtesy of Fox Sports. (Sept. 29)

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Wall Street's Full of Bull

30-year Wall Street veteran and "Full of Bull" author Stephen McClellan talks to Stacey Delo about protecting capital and investing in light of the market tumble. (Sept. 29)

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3 Questions with Jon Allen about the Failed Bailout Bill

CQ Politics political reporter Jonathan Allen why and how a bill that would have provided $700 billion of taxpayer money to the troubled financial markets lost in a stunning feat in the House of Representatives.

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International Business Education on the Rise

Blair Sheppard, dean of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, discusses the global direction of business education and what schools are offering abroad. He speaks with WSJ's Alina Dizik. (Sept. 30)

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Author Schroeder Discusses Warren Buffett

Alice Schroeder author of "The Snowball," an engaging history of Warren Buffett, sits down with book reporter Jeff Trachtenberg to talking about the investment mogul. (Sept. 29)

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Business Students Get Best of Berkeley, Columbia

Rich Lyons, dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley, speaks with WSJ's Jennifer Merritt about the school's joint executive M.B.A. program with Columbia University. (Sept. 30)

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Anticipation High as House Defeats Bailout

WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath explains where the Treasury Department, the Fed, lawmakers and markets go after the measure's defeat. (Sept. 29)

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'Triumph of Politics Over Fiscal Sensibility'

Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark and Deals Editor Dennis Berman react to the bailout vote, which, as Newmark puts it, "is the triumph of politics over fiscal sensibility." (Sept. 29)

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Campaigns react to bailout failure

Jonathan Martin discusses the political fallout of the bailout bill

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At Advent, a Veteran Navigates the Downturn

Stephanie DiMarco, CEO and founder of Advent Software, has led her firm through two past downturns. Her strategies: be honest with employees, address missteps quickly, and select new opportunities carefully. (Sept. 29)

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Bailout bill fails

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Market's Reaction to Bailout Plan

Stocks to Watch Today Video Report by Bob O'Brien takes an early look at the market's reaction to the $700 billion bailout plan. (Sept 29)

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No Bailout Deal for Wall Street

The House defeated a measure to rescue the nation's troubled financial system amid deep criticism of the plan. Barron's Mike Santoli talks with Kelsey Hubbard about challenges to the bail out. (Sept. 29)

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Bailout Bombs in House

A $700 billion financial bailout plan failed 206-227 in the House, despite impassioned debate on the floor and urging for action from President George W. Bush. Video courtesy of Fox. (Sept. 29)

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Bailout Plan as a Long-term Investment

Barron's Michael Santoli contends that the proposed bailout plan should be viewed as an investment that could provide a nice return for the government. (Sept. 29)

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Bush Disappointed With Rejected Bailout Plan

President Bush says he is disappointed the House of Representatives voted to defeat the $700 billion Wall Street rescue plan. He says he will meet with his economic advisers and continue to address the situation "head-on." Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 29)

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Slowdown Risk Beats Up Tech

Bellwether stocks in the technology sector are down across the board as more concerns grow about a slowdown in spending. Apple in particular takes a couple rating cuts. (Sept. 29)

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Kotecki- 09/29/08

It�s Bailout Day, and Mike Huckabee gets a talk show.

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Kotecki- 09/29/08

It's Bailout Day, and Mike Huckabee gets a talk show.

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Brace for More Turbulence

Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at Standard & Poor's, gives his outlook for U.S. stocks and whether the government's $700 billion bailout plan will be enough to stem the financial crisis. Polya Lesova reports. (Sept. 29)

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Bush Calls for Passage of Bailout Plan

President Bush says the $700 billion rescue plan awaiting a vote in Congress would address the root cause of the financial crisis and would help restart the flow of credit. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 29)

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Brace for More Turbulence

Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at Standard & Poor's, gives his outlook for U.S. stocks and whether the government's $700 billion bailout plan will be enough to stem the financial crisis. Polya Lesova reports. (Sept. 29)

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Role of Financial Crisis in Presidential Race

New York University's Patrick Egan gives a report card for the first presidential debate, and explains the role of the financial crisis in forcing the candidates to address economic issues. (Sept. 29)

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Tentative Bailout Deal Draws Criticism

After a tentative agreement was set over the weekend, a $700 million Wall Street rescue plan could become law. But there are still holdouts and plenty of public anger. Fox's Doug Luzader reports. (Sept. 29)

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Playback 9/29/08

Fey is Palin: Round 2

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- Carnegie Hall's 118th Season

Carnegie Hall celebrates their 118th season with an all Leonard Bernstein program. Melena Ryzik reports.

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Beirutis wave goodbye to party flags

The Lebanese authorities have removed political posters from the streets of Beirut to favour reconciliation between the country's rival movements.

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Dem Team's Positive Attitude

Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart chatted with the Obamas & Bidens in their first major network interview all together and tells us about the dynamic between them.

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Drew Peterson 'Exposed'

The case of Stacy Peterson's disappearance has a new twist and a new book. "Exposed" includes the results of Drew Peterson's lie detector test. Maggie Rodriguez talks to him and att'y Joel Brodsky.

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The Skinny America

TV's influence on young girls' self image is explained. Julie Chen speaks to psychologist Jenn Berman and actress Tracey Gold from "Growing Pains," who famously battled anorexia.

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Egypt desert hostages freed after 10 day ordeal

A group of European tourists and their guides snatched by armed bandits in a remote desert 10 days ago were freed unharmed in a pre-dawn raid by Egyptian special forces on Monday, officials said. The group of 19 hostages -- five Germans, five Italians, a Romanian and eight Egyptian drivers and tour guides -- were flown into Cairo aboard an Egyptian military plane and taken for medical checks, state television said. Images.

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EU and India hold summit on trade, terror and finance

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, whose country holds the EU presidency, on Monday met Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for a summit in Marseille focused on global warming, terrorism and the global financial crisis.

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Some GOPs Ask Palin To Leave

Sarah Palin's interview with CBS' Katie Couric has been called a "turning point" in the GOP campaign and some conservatives are calling for Gov. Palin to leave the race, reports Jeff Glor.

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Developers see riches in Mumbai's slums

India's rambling financial hub, Mumbai, is on a massive clean-up drive. Luxury apartments, offices and parks are popping up everywhere, while tens of thousands of slum-dwellers are literally being pushed out by the development.

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Death Row Case In Court

The Supreme Court will review the case of a Georgia man whose death sentence was stayed. Troy Davis was convicted of killing a cop, but questions about his guilt have arisen. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Candidates On Bailout

With a tentative economic bailout plan working its way through Congress, both presidential candidates are supporting their party's provisions and taking credit. Chip Reid reports.

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The Collider

Steve Kroft descends into the Large Hadron Collider some call it the "big bang machine" - that took billions of dollars and 9,000 physicists to build in the hope it will provide valuable insights.

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Change Of Command In Iraq

Gen. Ray Odierno sits down with Lesley Stahl for his first interview since taking command of U.S. forces in Iraq and also takes her and 60 Minutes cameras on his first battlefield tour in his new role.

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Minn. Suburban Swing Voters

Republicans chose Minnesota for their convention with the hope of winning the state for the first time since 1972. Russ Mitchell reports on the attitudes of suburban voters in the state.

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Credit Crunch Hits Home

Small business owners are finding it harder to get a loan due to tightened lending standards. As Randall Pinkston reports, consumers are optimistic the economic bailout plan will help.

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Building Fuel Efficient Cars

Congress passed a $25 billion package to help car makers build more fuel efficient models. As it turns out, many consumers are already way ahead of the auto industry. Ben Tracy reports.

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Paulson On The Bailout

Scott Pelley gets rare access to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson as he deals with the nation's unfolding economic crisis.

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Young Turks revolutionize Istanbul's kitchens

The New York Times has elected Istanbul as the gastronomy capital of 2008. Over the last year an array of restaurants have sprung up all over the Turkish city, such as Mikla, the popular restaurant run by Swedish Turk Mehmet Gurs.

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Palin's Parents- 'She's Ready'

The Early Show's Harry Smith went to Alaska for an exclusive interview with Chuck and Sally Heath, Gov. Sarah Palin's parents. They tell Harry their daughter's ready to be vice president.

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Bailout Deal- Yea Or Nay?

The revised $700 billion plan goes to a vote in Congress, Bill Plante reports. Harry Smith speaks to Sens. Chris Dodd, D-Conn. and Judd Gregg, R-N.H. about the details.

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Bush Brings Bailout Bill Home

President Bush attempted to calm doubtful Americans by explaining what the impact of this bill will mean to them. He also told Congress that swift approval will send the right message to Wall Street.

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Four killed in Lebanon army bus blast

Four people were killed on Monday in a car bomb blast targeting a military bus on the outskirts of the restive northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli, security and military officials said. The attack risks further undermining stability in the troubled country and efforts to reconcile rival political factions.

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Former Lobbyist Wayne Parker- We Can't Take The Chance

Decatur Daily on Wayne Parker (5/25/08): lack[s] the political skills needed to promote legislation and economic development helpful to the district

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The electric car is back

The American automobile industry is going electric. Chrysler recently announced that they will go into large-scale production of an electric car for the US market in two years.

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HealthWatch

Chemotherapy can be a lifesaver from cancer but sometimes it can put the patient's life at risk. Doctors may have found a way for the body to handle large doses of chemo. Dr. Sean Kenniff has more.

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No Bailout For Wall Street

After continuous pleas from President Bush and congressional leaders, the House has rejected the $700 billion deal that would bail out Wall Street. Susan Roberts reports.

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Paulson On Bailout Collapse

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson spoke with reporters after word came that the House rejected the $700 billion bailout package.

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Exclusive- Sarah Palin's Parents

Harry Smith sat down with Sally and Chuck Heath, the parents of Sarah Palin, as they explain the chemistry between their daughter and John McCain as well as the effects of her nomination on her kids.

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Grand Rapids Pillow Fight

There wasn't a cause to promote, no political agenda, just thousands of people descending in Grand Rapids, Mich. for a massive pillow fight.

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Notebook- Depression

According to a Gallup poll more than 1/3 of Americans believe our economy is in a depression. Although the nation is not, many fear the worse. Randall Pinkston has more.

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Sarkozy calls meeting on new world financial system

France will host a meeting of senior European officials to prepare a global summit on "a new international financial system", President Nicolas Sarkozy said Monday.

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How Bailout Effects Consumers

With the government planning to spend $700 billion to bailout Wall Street, how is the consumer effected? Stephanie AuWerter, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some insight on what the average American should expect.

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Bill Maher's 'Religulous'

Comedian Bill Maher takes on religion in his new film, "Religulous." He tells Harry Smith that religion can be laughed at, and for good reason.

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What Happens to Economy?

With a $700 billion bailout plan, what will happen to the broader economy? Lawrence J. White, Professor at NYU Stern School of Business, offers some analysis.

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Billy Bob Thornton's New Film

Eagle Eyes with Shia LaBeouf and Billy Bob Thornton deals with the concept of always being watched in public. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Billy Bob about making the film.

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