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Monday, November 24, 2008

Easy Rider

Barron's Jay Palmer takes a spin on Schwinn's new eight-speed, lightweight Tailwind aluminum-alloy bike. (Nov. 24)

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Bailout for Citigroup

Barron's Online writer Tiernan Ray discusses implication of the Federal Government's bailout package for Citigroup. (Nov. 24)

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Now, That's a Value Meal

One reason to be thankful: The inflation-adjusted cost of a Thanksgiving meal has fallen 8% since 1988. (Nov. 24)

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Obama Seeking Credibility With Economic Appointments

WSJ's Jonathan Weisman says President-elect Barack Obama's recent appointments to his economic team highlights his desire for the team to be seen as credible. (Nov. 24)

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Racing Schools in Fast Lane

The auto industry may be in a major slump, but drivers can still push the limits at Infineon Raceway's Jim Russell Racing Drivers School. Shawn Langlois reports. (Nov. 24)

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Baileys 'Listen to Your Lips' Ad

Diageo hired Madison Avenue stalwart JWT to help revive its Baileys liqueur brand. The new campaign's slogan, "Listen to your lips," tries to remind people of the Baileys taste by focusing on pictures of lips, in a playful flirty way. (Nov. 24)

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Obama's presser on the economy

Obama takes questions from reporters after he unveils his economic team..

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What Does SEC's New Rules Give Investors?

The Securities and Exchange Commission will let fund companies send investors a brief summary to replace mailings of a full prospectus. MarketWatch columnist Chuck Jaffe evaluates the new rules. Interview with Kelsey Hubbard. (Nov. 24)

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U.S. Bailout Power Is Put to the Test

With the rescue package for Citigroup and others to come, the U.S. government's debt is on pace to run up an additional $1 trillion, says MarketWatch columnist David Weidner. But the financial system's capacity for bailout is reaching its limits. (Nov. 24)

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Health-Care Stocks With Healthy Prospects

With the stock market tumbling to five-year lows, four health-care stocks could provide some needed relief to investors' portfolios. (Nov. 24)

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Ed Yardeni's 4% Solution

Economist and investor Ed Yardeni says the government could end the credit crisis tomorrow if it targeted and maintained a 2% yield on the 10-year bond and guaranteed 4% 30-year fixed rate mortgages.

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Kotecki at YouTube Live

James introduced the politics package at YouTube's first-ever live event. Here's what happened before the show.

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Kotecki at YouTube Live

James introduced the politics package at YouTube's first-ever live event. Here's what happened before the show.

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Journal Editorial Report

FoxNews's Stuart Varney, in for Paul Gigot this week, and the all-star WSJ Editorial Board (Dan Henninger, James Freeman and John Fund) discuss the appointment of Tim Geithner as Treasury Secretary and other potential Obama cabinet members. (Nov. 24)

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Obama announces econ team

Obama announces econ team

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Bush Committed to Safeguarding Economy

With U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson by his side, President Bush says his administration will continue to do what is necessary to safeguard the economy and that it will work closely with President-elect Barack Obama. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 24)

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Cautious on Russia, Bullish on Brazil

Reiner Triltsch, senior vice president at Federated Global Investment, explains why he is cautious on Russian equities and why Brazil is still one of his favorite emerging markets. Triltsch also discusses attractive opportunities in China and India.

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Obama Expresses Confidence in Economic Picks

President-elect Barack Obama says the nation is facing an economic crisis of "historic proportions," but that he has confidence in his newly-formed economic team and the resilience of the American people. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 24)

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What's on the Markets Mind This Week?

Barron's Associate Editor Michael Santoli discusses what to expect from the markets this week. (Nov. 24)

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Roundup 11/24/08

Cabinet taking shape

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Obama Names His Economic Team

Looking to hit the ground running on Jan. 20 and restore confidence, President-elect Barack Obama seals up his economic appointments. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 24)

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What Citigroup Says About Health of Banking System

WSJ's Deputy Markets Editor Dennis Berman tells colleague Evan Newmark what he thinks about the Citigroup bailout. He says the rescue raises questions about the viability of the rest of the U.S. banking system. (Nov. 24)

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Hot Stocks Report- Airlines

Shares of major carriers posted gains Monday, as investors may be interpreting Citigroup's bailout as a sign that the economic downturn may not be quite as long or as deep as previously thought. MarketWatch's Christopher Hinton reports. (Nov. 24)

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Whales Die in Mass Stranding

More than 50 have died on the north west coast of Tasmania, despite the efforts of Australian rescuers. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 24)

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Kotecki- 11/24/08

Obama skips church, inauguration tickets are hot, and some Minnesotan voters get sloppy.

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Kotecki- 11/24/08

Obama skips church, inauguration tickets are hot, and some Minnesotan voters get sloppy.

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Kotecki- 11/24/08

Obama skips church, inauguration tickets are hot, and some Minnesotan voters get sloppy.

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Bush and Paulson address the crisis

Bush and Paulson address the crisis

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Venezuela Votes, with Mixed Results

The opposition to President Hugo Chavez now holds sway over major urban areas that will be pivotal in future elections, although the president's rural power base is still intact. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 24)

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Thai PM Wongsawat Will Not Quit

PM Somchai Wongsawat has been attending the Asia Pacific Economic summit in Peru, where he announced he had "no intention of resigning." Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 24)

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Abbas Raises Early Election Question

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he will call for elections in 2009 if his Fatah movement and rivals Hamas are not reconciled by the end of the year. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 24)

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On Citi-watch, Looking for a Ray of Sunshine

Marketbeat's David Gaffen and Simon Constable of Dow Jones speculate on the future of the banking giant and scour the economic landscape for signs of hope. (Nov. 24)

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Playback 11/24/08

Pickin' on Palin

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Pickin' on Palin

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Citigroup Rallies After Rescue

Shares of battered Citigroup jumped on Monday after a $326 billion plan was unveiled to help the company avoid a collapse. MarketWatch's Greg Morcroft reports. (Nov. 24)

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For Architecture Firm, Going to the Dogs a Good Thing

For architecture firm Kohn Pederson Fox, the learnings of design lead to a unique-looking doghouse replete with its own green roof. WSJ's Sushil Cheema reports. (Nov. 24)

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Stupid Investment- Reverse Convertibles

Many retirees are looking for ways to boost income, but MarketWatch's Chuck Jaffe suggests they stay away from reverse convertible securities. He explains why in this interview with Kelsey Hubbard. (Nov. 24)

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Media Web Minute- Rachel Maddow

The "M" in "MSNBC" should stand for "Maddow," says MarketWatch's Jon Friedman. The network's new rising star, Rachel Maddow, is low-key, wry and witty. (Nov. 24)

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Obama's Race To Jan. 20th.

President-elect Barack Obama is working at record speed. He's already filled most of his White House positions and today he announced his new economic team.

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Notebook- Road Salt

With Hurricanes Ike and Gustav delaying barges from making salt deliveries used for battling winter snow storms, will drivers be safe enough on the roads? Katie Couric explains.

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HealthWatch

There's a new device that may help overweight people who don't want to undergo gastric bypass surgery. Dr. Mallika Marshall has more.

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Carter- Zimbabwe Crisis Worse

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, along with former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Anan, said that the humanitarian crisis has intensified in Zimbabwe as millions continue to starve in this region.

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Harry Smith On Deck

For his "Destination Unknown," Harry Smith reports from the USS Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier somewhere in the Arabian Sea.

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'Twilight' Draws B.O. Blood

The vampire flick "Twilight" bit at the hearts of teen girls and sucked in $70 million in its first weekend, reports Julie Chen.

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Team Obama Sets Economy Plan

President-elect Barack Obama is setting the tone for his economic plans, reports Dean Reynolds. Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman speaks to Maggie Rodriguez about the economy.

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Singing Family Faceoff

Entertainer David Cassidy will judge a competition for families of singers in the "Early Show" series "Singing Family Faceoff."

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'The Mentalist' Simon Baker

Simon Baker, the star of the CBS hit TV show "The Mentalist," reacts to his new success. Maggie Rodriguez also asks him about being one of People magazine's sexiest men alive.

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Holiday Shopping Tips

CNET Senior Editor Natali Del Conte has ideas to help holiday consumers make the most of their time and money. She explains to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Bush on Citigroup Bailout

President Bush, joined by Treasury Secretary Paulson, said securing financial systems is a crucial step in economic recovery. He promised to keep Obama and his team "informed" of any decisions.

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Rocket Man Clears Canyon

CBS News RAW: Go Fast JetPack pilot Eric Scott flew 1,500 feet across the Royal Gorge in Canon City, Colo. He was not wearing a parachute and depended solely on his backpack.

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Study- Self-Help Groups Work

Some sort of group therapy is likely to be effective in helping you or someone you know with their addiction, according to a recent study. Dr. Holly Phillips explains to Harry Smith.

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A Musical Savant Shows Talent

Rex Lewis-Clack is a 13-year-old who is blind and brain impaired with autism-like symptoms, but his ability at the piano soars like a prodigy. Harry Smith talks to his mother about her book, "Rex."

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How Will Obamas Choose A Dog

Several animal rights advocates push for the Obama family to adopt a rescue dog into the White House as the nation's first dog, repots Richard Schlessinger.

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Horror On The Internet

A 19-year-old college student with bipolar disorder committed suicide live on the web while viewers watched, some even egged him on. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Turkey Secrets From The Top

Three top chefs share their secrets on how to make a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Harry Smith learns how to make use of mom's old enamel pot, an aluminum foil tent and a deep fryer.

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Obama- Automakers Unprepared

President-elect Obama says he was "surprised" automakers did not have a "better thought out" proposal for Congress.

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Ancient Tug Of War

Ancient Incan artifacts from the ruins of Machu Pichu in Peru are sparking an international dispute. Jim Axelrod explains why.

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Terror On The High Seas

Somali pirates are now in control of 16 ships and hundreds of crew members and demanding $17 million for the release of the recently hijacked "Sirius Star." Shelia MacVicar reports.

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Holiday Shopping Shelved

Steep discounts and early sales may not be enough for retailers to entice holiday shoppers this year. Priya David reports.

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Where Is The Change?

Liberals had high hopes for Barack Obama and his mantra of "change," but many are confused by his, so far, familiar cabinet picks. Randall Pinkston has more.

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Feeling The Squeeze

As the recession deepens, more parents and students are finding it difficult to pay for college. Michelle Miller reports.

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Main Street Falls Apart

Postville, Iowa is a town on the brink of an economic disaster and could be the story of many towns across America in the months to come. Seth Doane reports.

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Holiday Job Hunting Tips

Financial contributor Vera Gibbons offers advice to Harry Smith on where holiday jobs can be found and how to improve your chances in an interview.

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Obama Acts Fast In Transition

Barack Obama is naming names to his cabinet earlier than any other President-elect in order to send a message to Americans. Thalia Assuras reports.

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