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Friday, November 28, 2008

Unilever Aims New Ad at Men

Unilever's Axe is jumping into the men's hair-care market with shampoos, conditioners and styling products that it claims are specially formulated for men's hair. (Nov. 28)

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Beaujolais Nouveau Young and Fresh Again

WSJ's Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher say they're pleased to report that the Beaujolais Nouveau is getting back to its roots -- affordable, fun and fresh. They give their recommendations.

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Advice For Market-Skittish Retirees

WSJ's personal finance columnist Jason Zweig gives tips to retirees worried about the plummeting value of their portfolios. For those who want out of the stock market, he tells colleague Nikki Waller retirees should move gradually. (Nov. 28)

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Demand for Luxury Brands Still Strong in China

Luxury products are showcased in Beijing with little sign of the global economic crisis affecting the Chinese rich. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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New York's Shoppers Turn Out in Force

Even a terrible economic crisis couldn't keep holiday shoppers from crowding into U.S. stores on Black Friday to take advantage of big discounts. Kelsey Hubbard reports from Macy's in New York City. (Nov. 28)

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Hostages Killed at Mumbai Jewish Center

The bodies of five hostages are found at the besieged Jewish center in Mumbai after Indian security forces stormed the building. Authorities say the operation to secure the building is almost over. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 28)

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Black Friday in San Francisco

It's Black Friday, and how are the crowds, sales and holiday spirit faring? MarketWatch asked shoppers in San Francisco. (Nov. 28)

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Getting Congress to Say Yes to Detroit

Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., says Congress is likely to agree on a loan package for Detroit automakers. Interview with MarketWatch's Robert Schroeder. (Nov. 26)

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European Markets Preview

MarketWatch's William Watts reports from London on the coming week's expected policy moves by the European Central Bank and the Bank of England, along with a financial update from Britain's grocery giant Tesco. (Nov. 28)

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Time To Buy British, European Stocks

WSJ's Brett Arends explains to colleague Simon Constable why fund managers gave a big thumbs down to Wall Street analysts and how the small investor willing to buy European and British equities could do well. (Nov. 28)

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How to Buy Retail in the U.K.

Tim Hughes of IG Markets discusses what to expect from British retailers in December and how to trade the sector. (Nov. 28)

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Russia, Venezuela Show Military Might

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Russian President Dimitry Medvedev tour Russian ships as part of a joint naval exercise between the two countries. Russia is looking to boost its presence in the Western Hemisphere amid growing tension with the U.S. (Nov. 28)

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Shaken Mumbai Tourists Return Home

Tourists caught up in the violent attacks in India are returning home to relieved friends and family. Gun battles still rage on with militants inside the Trident-Oberoi hotel and the Jewish center. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Fighting Rages On at Taj Mahal Hotel

Forty-eight hours after attackers stormed Mumbai, fighting rages on. Police said attackers at the Oberoi-Trident hotel had been killed or captured and the bodies of 24 hostages were found inside. WSJ's Niraj Sheth reports.

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Look Ahead in Asia- Australia To Cut Rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia is expected to cut interest rates this week, though by how much is a matter of speculation. Michael Kitchen reports. (Nov. 28)

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Stocks Overcome Economic Gloom

Marketbeat blogger David Gaffen explains to Simon Constable why the major indices have rallied so dramatically over the past week, while at the same time disastrous economic news continues to hit the tape. (Nov. 28)

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Violence Continues in Mumbai

Indian commandos tried to flush out armed militants in Mumbai Friday, after attacks that have left at least 119 people dead. Sporadic gunfire and explosions continued at a Jewish center where at least 10 Israelis were trapped. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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State of Emergency in Thailand

The Thai government declared a state of emergency in Bangkok as protesters from the Members of the People's Alliance for Democracy continued a siege of the capital's two main airports. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 28)

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Interviewing the Cast and Crew of 'Frost/Nixon'

Director Ron Howard tells WSJ's Lauren Goode what drew him to "Frost/Nixon," a film about the historic interview between disgraced President Richard Nixon and journalist David Frost. She also speaks with actors Frank Langella and Michael Sheen. (Nov. 28)

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Twitter Journalism

New-media expert Gaurav Mishra explains the role of new media, such as Twitter, in reporting breaking news in India.

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The Gift Of Planned Parenthood?

Planned Parenthood in Indiana is offering gift certificates. The organization says the controversial idea was sparked by an increase in calls and visits from the newly unemployed.

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Notebook- Charity

Fifty-nine percent of Americans say they'll reduce holiday spending this year, but cutting back could mean cutting out donations to charities. Katie Couric has more.

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Americans Die In Mumbai

At least three Americans were killed in highly sophisticated terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. Joel Brown reports.

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Confidently Click, Cyber Safety

Scott Silverman of Shop.org gives Debbye Turner-Bell some tips on how to shop securely online.

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The Best Toys This Season

Harry Smith talks to Laurie Schacht from thetoyinsider.com who explains a bunch of super toys that kids really want.

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Swipe These Credit Card Perks

Consumer Correspondent Susan Koeppen tells Harry Smith about some unadvertised free credit card perks that could be on your card.

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Store Worker Trampled, Dies

Caught On Tape: A worker at a Wal-Mart in Nassau County, N.Y. was given CPR after reportedly being trampled on by a throng of shoppers who broke down store doors. The unidentified man was later pronounced dead.

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Expert- Mumbai Tied To Kashmir

Terror expert Jere Van Dyk gives Harry Smith an outline of the multiple reasons why extremists would attack Mumbai.

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Somali pirates threaten global economy

This weekend the ultimatum given by Somali pirates to the owners of a Saudi supertanker expires. The pirates captured the ship last Friday in the Gulf of Aden and are demanding 25 million dollars ransom.

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MoneyWatch

Although Wall Street is closed for Thanksgiving investors are hoping that, come Black Friday, shoppers are ready to spend big. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Reaction To Mumbai Terror

CBS News RAW: Officials in India and Pakistan react to the siege of terror attacks in Mumbai, India.

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Another 3 Year Stay

The Iraqi Parliament has reached an agreement allowing U.S. troops to stay in Iraq for another 3 years, although Iraqi security forces are expected to take over by 2009. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Finding American Hostages

Two members of a Va.-based spiritual retreat, a father and his 13 year-old daughter; remain missing in Mumbai after devastating terror attacks. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Another Night Of Terror

Elite Indian commandos are going room to room in two luxury hotels searching for dozens of hostages reportedly held by terrorists in the wake of attacks in the city of Mumbai. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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The Squeeze On Charities

With an economy in shambles, more people are in need of help, but not enough are in a position to provide it. Kimberly Dozier has more on how the Salvation Army and other charities are coping.

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Eye To Eye- Terror Eyewitness

Financial Times reporter James Fontanella Khan speaks with Jeff Glor about the string of terror attacks in Mumbai, India.

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Shots During Bangkok TV

Caught On Tape: A Bangkok, Thailand TV reporter ducks in the nick of time when gunfire blasted the studio. Anti-government violence there has increased as the prime minister seeks to retain power.

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Yummy Leftovers? You Bet

Katie Lee Joel shows you how to dish out the leftovers like you have never done before.

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World gears up for climate change conference

World leaders gather in Poland next week to pave the way for a formal agreement on greenhouse gas emissions and providing help to poor countries most at risk from climate change.

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Black Friday Eve

How will retailers fare on Black Friday, as 89 percent of U.S. shoppers say they plan on spending the same amount or less than last year? Seth Doane has more.

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New Media Broke Mumbai Story

Internet blogs and images by citizens changed the way the world found out about Mumbai, reports Harry Smith.

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Stores Hope For 'Black' Friday

Stores are enticing consumers to buy more early in case the money runs out and on "Black Friday" there's no shortage of buyers, reports Seth Doane.

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Pakistan accused after Indian battle

Indian commandos battled into the early hours of Friday to end a multiple hostage crisis in Mumbai after suspected Pakistan-based Islamic militants killed 125 people across the city.

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Mumbai Hostages Rescued

The death toll in Mumbai rises as authorities attempt to subdue terrorist-held locations, reports Celia Hatton. Mark Abell, a British national and a witness in the attacks, talks to Harry Smith.

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India-Pakistan Tensions

Peace efforts between the neighboring countries may be shaken following the Mumbai attack, reports Mark Phillips.

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Iraqi parliament approves landmark US military pact

The United States welcomed the Iraqi�s parliament approval of a landmark security pact with Washington. The agreement was approved on Thursday by lawmakers and will be sent to the presidential council for a final review.

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Special forces launch assault on Mumbai hostage-takers

Special forces stormed a Mumbai Jewish centre and battled to free guests trapped at two luxury hotels on Friday, as India reeled from an audacious Islamic militant attack.

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Bangkok airport turns into ghost town and campsite

Once a shoppers' paradise and a major regional hub, Bangkok's international airport has turned into a makeshift camp for thousands of protesters.

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