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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

CEO Council- Companies Adapting to Address Financial Crisis

At the WSJ's CEO Council, Jon Hilsenrath summarizes how CEOs he has spoken with are adapting their businesses to deal with the ongoing financial crisis. (Nov. 18)

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CEO Council- How the U.S. Can Remain Competitive

CEOs, politicians and WSJ journalists debate the best policies and the best way forward if the U.S. is to remain competitive in the global economy. (Nov. 18)

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Rahm Emanuel on the Opportunities of Crisis

Rahm Emanuel, chief of staff for president-elect Barack Obama, outlines the opportunities for bipartisan reform that he says the financial crisis presents at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, D.C. (Nov. 19)

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CEO Council- Rocky Road Ahead As U.S. Goes Green

CEOs, including Carlos Ghosn, James Rogers and Paul Otellini, told attendees of the WSJ's CEO Council conference that going green and achieving energy independence will be more costly and painful than many Americans realize. (Nov. 18)

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CEO Council- Addressing Obesity, Health Costs

Mayo Clinic CEO Denis Cortesa, Novartis chief Daniel Vasella, WellPoint's Angela Braly and Pfizer's Jeffrey Kinder discuss priorities for U.S. health care. (Nov. 18)

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Big Money Throw Down

Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama have spent more than $50 million on ads so far - and it's only August. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford has a suggestion for how they could have saved some money.

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CEO Council- Need for Sacrifice in Energy Reform

CEOs, including Carlos Ghosn, James Rogers and Paul Otellini, told attendees of the WSJ's CEO Council conference that going green and achieving energy independence will be more costly and painful than many Americans realize. (Nov. 18)

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The Best Diet Plan for Your Debt

Carrying a few thousands dollars in extra debt can be downright dangerous to your financial health. WSJ's Karen Blumenthal discusses the pros and cons of several strategies for reducing your debt. (Nov. 19)

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Oneok a Stable Natural Gas Distributor

Oneok's fee-based businesses and fat dividend make it one of the least risky ways to play the commodity. (Nov. 18)

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CEO Council- Obama's Finance and Economy Challenge

WSJ's David Wessel leads a discussion forum at the Journal's CEO Council, with TIAA-CREF's Roger Ferguson, Time Warner's Jeffrey Bewkes and others giving their recommendations for the next administration. (Nov. 18)

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Big Money Throw Down

Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama have spent more than $50 million on ads so far - and it's only August. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford has a suggestion for how they could have saved some money.

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A Spending Strike in Tech

This week's Barron's says technology stocks look cheap right now, but buyer beware. Companies are slashing tech budgets, yet there are some bright spots. (Nov. 18)

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Nissan's Ghosn on Approach to an Auto Bailout

Nissan and Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn talks with WSJ's Eyes on the Road columnist Joe White about proposals for a government bailout of the auto industry and how such assistance should be applied. (Nov. 18)

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Time For Wall Street To Get Real About Bonuses

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Evan Newmark finally agree on something: In these tough times, it was right for Wall Street executives to forego bonuses. Now is also a good time to create a fair and predictable structure for the future. (Nov. 18)

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Morning Show Roundup 11/18/08

The Obama-McCain meeting

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks- Technology

Hewlett-Packard and Yahoo led technology shares higher on Tuesday. HP rose after the company reported financial results that were better than expected, while Yahoo jumped after the company's CEO gave up his post. (Nov. 18)

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Reid, Lieberman call a truce

Lieberman will remain chairman of Homeland Security Committee

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Yahoo CEO Yang to Step Down

Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang's resignation is giving investors hope that a Microsoft deal will follow. WSJ's Julia Angwin speaks to S&P analyst Scott Kessler about the shift. (Nov. 18)

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Kotecki- 11/18/08

While we wait for Hillary Clinton to be named America�s top diplomat, Huck talks smack about Mitt and Charlie Brown could go to Congress.

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Kotecki- 11/18/08

While we wait for Hillary Clinton to be named America's top diplomat, Huck talks smack about Mitt and Charlie Brown could go to Congress.

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CEO Council- Focus on Obama's Health-Care Priorities

Susan Nowakowski, CEO of AMN Healthcare, details for WSJ's Phil Izzo what she thinks the Obama administration's health-care focus should be. (Nov. 18)

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Auto Bailout Faces Uphill Battle

Executives from Detroit's big three car manufacturers will likely face a great deal of skepticism as they seek a bailout from Washington. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 18)

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Pirates Seize Large Saudi Vessel off Somalia

Pirates have hijacked a ship -- three times the size of a military aircraft carrier -- that's carrying $100 million worth of crude oil. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 18)

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Advice for CEOs on How to Survive a Tough Economy

Booz Allen Hamilton Chairman and CEO Ralph Shrader tells WSJ's Erin White that modeling and war games can help managers weather the current business storm while helping their companies grow. (Nov. 18)

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Playback 11/18/08

Is HRC qualified?

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Dave Price Helps Save Rhinos

The White Rhino, one of Africa's "Big 5," is making a comeback thanks to conservation efforts, reports Dave Price from the Phinda Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Stephen Colbert Unleashed

CBS News RAW: Stephen Colbert, the host of Comedy Central's "Colbert Report," talked to Harry Smith about his Christmas special but couldn't resist making use of the "Early Show" political map.

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Shedding Harry Potter's Skin

Actor Daniel Radcliffe, known worldwide as "Harry Potter," is now appearing on Broadway in 'Equus.' He talked to Harry Smith and answered viewers' questions sent by e-mail.

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'Locavores' Trend Takes Root

Increasingly, families are turning to locally grown food for more healthy and 'green' choices, reports Daniel Sieberg.

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Vampires Bite In 'Twilight'

The new film "Twilight" is based on a wildly popular series of vampire novels and is likely to become a major hit. Manuel Gallegus talks with the film's stars.

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Crying Out For Congo

A tribal, ethnic and political war has been ravaging the Congo for more than 40 years. It has claimed more than 5 million lives, with no end in sight. Richard Roth reports from London.

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President-Elect A GQ Man

GQ magazine named President-elect Barack Obama one of its "Men Of The Year." Harry Smith spoke with GQ deputy editor Michael Hainey.

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Comfort Food With A Twist

Chef George Duran showed Harry Smith how to incorporate comfort foods into everyday cooking in a nutritious way.

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Stephen Colbert Does It Early

Comedian Stephen Colbert gets down and dirty with a map of the United States. Watch the full interview tomorrow on The Early Show.

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Free beauty treatments fuel dreams for poor in Rio

In Rio de Janeiro, one of the most glamorous spots on Earth where year-round beach culture has everyone vying for attention, the quest for a perfect body now can be an obsession indulged by even the city's poorest of poor.

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Rescuing Endangered Species

The Phinda Game Reserve in South Africa offers a variety of endangered animals like cheetahs and black rhinos reintroduced into the wild.

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The Jonestown Tragedy

Only On The Web: The mass suicide of more than 900 followers of the Reverend Jim Jones still haunts those who witnessed the tragedy. John Blackstone reports.

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Execs Refuse Bonuses

Banks will be spending billions of federal rescue checks on year-end bonuses, but due to public pressure, some top Wall Street executives are refusing the money. Priya David reports.

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South African Cuisine

Dave Price is in South Africa demonstrating some typical foods of the region like warthog meat and lychee fruit.

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A Nutritious Diet On A Dime

Dietitian Keri Glassman dropped by "The Early Show" and showed Maggie Rodriguez how you can still incorporate fish, beans and other nutritious foods into your diet while on a budget.

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Phinda Game Reserve Gives Back

Dave Price took a tour of Phinda Game Reserve community in South Africa. While the area is known for animal safaris, the people are devastated by a 30 percent HIV infection rate.

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Giant Turtles Make Big Journey

Dave Price follows a female loggerhead sea turtle in South Africa as she lays her eggs on the same beach in which she was born 50 years earlier.

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Online Romance Scams

Posting a picture on the internet seems harmless but as Susan Koeppen reports, scammers may be stealing those pictures and using them in online romance scams.

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Stephen Colbert 'On The Map'

Stephen Colbert, the host of Comedy Central's Colbert Report," tells Harry Smith about his Christmas special and has fun with the "Early Show" political map. 70 CBS

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Mavs Owner In Hot Water

Mark Cuban, the brash and outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks has been accused of insider trading according to the SEC. Armen Keteyian reports.

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The Cheap Property Boom

Foreclosed properties being sold on the cheap are enjoying a recent boom even as the housing market flounders. Ben Tracy reports.

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McCain, Obama Discuss Plans

John McCain and President-elect Barack Obama met for the first time since the end of the election to discuss their hopes and plans for the U.S. Dean Reynolds reports.

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The Devil Winds In Calif.

As the wildfires continue to ravage Southern Calif. the Santa Ana winds have brought another season of destruction. John Blackstone reports.

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High Seas Piracy

In 2008 alone over 70 ships have been hijacked off the coast of Africa and their newest hostage is a Saudi oil tanker and its crew. Mark Phillips reports.

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Big Three In Need

American automakers GM, Ford And Chrysler are running on empty and hoping that the government will come to their rescue with a bailout. Jim Axelrod reports.

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A Clinton In Obama's Cabinet?

Will Hillary Clinton be appointed secretary of state and, if so, what will be the effects of her appointment? Jeff Greenfield has more.

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Bonuses For Wall Street?

Despite a dismal economy and a rescue check from the government, Wall Street investment firms still plan to hand out nearly $14 billion in year-end bonuses. Priya David reports.

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Ronaldo and Zidane play it out against poverty

Soccer stars Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane join with an all-star team for a "match against poverty" in Fes.

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New set of wheels for Jerusalem's disabled tortoise

Arava, a handicapped tortoise in Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo, has been fitted with a metal board and two wheels to help her move around. She's making good use of her newly-found mobility and has even begun mating.

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Escorting aid into Somalia

By capturing a crude tanker the size of three soccer fields, ever more daring Somali pirates have defied international naval action and shown that few ships sailing the Indian Ocean can be safe. A massive upsurge in piracy in Somali waters has made getting help to the country's poor a dangerous business.

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Angola's oil is not just a blessing

Six years after the end of its civil war, Angola is one of the world's fastest growing economies thanks to one resource: oil. But depending on where one stands, Angola's oil boom can either be a blessing, or a curse.

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Ronaldo and Zidane play it out against poverty

Soccer stars Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane join with an all-star team for a "match against poverty" in Fes, Morocco.

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Japanese whaling fleet sets sail

Japan's whaling fleet has set sail quietly, apparently on an annual Antarctic hunt likely to provoke fresh friction with anti-whaling countries.

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