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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

The Motorola/Kodak Phone/Camera

David Pogue reviews the new Motorola/Kodak Motozine ZN5, a phone camera.

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Brian Goldner transforms Hasbro

Hasbro Chief Executive Brian Goldner has expanded the company from a toymaker into an entertainment and intellectual-property powerhouse, while still managing to give kids what they want. Andria Cheng reports. (Dec. 4)

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Losing Our Appetite for Risk

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger speaks with Kelsey Hubbard. (Dec. 4)

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India Protesters Rally in Mumbai

A week after the terror attacks in Mumbai, protesters gathered, some calling for war, others for answers. WSJ's Niraj Sheth reports. (Dec. 3)

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Auto Union Willing to Modify Contract

The UAW says it is open to restructuring its contract. WSJ's Neal Boudette and John Stoll analyze the news. (Dec. 3)

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Auctions Offer Deals for Home Buyers

At a recent auction, condominiums that sat on the market for months were sold for about half their original prices. But before bidding, buyers need to do their homework. MarketWatch's Amy Hoak reports. (Dec. 3)

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In Earthquake Aftermath, China Rebuilds

Six months after an earthquake that destroyed much of Sichuan province in China, residents are rebuilding at a remarkable pace. WSJ's Mei Fong reports. (Dec. 3)

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Saks Fifth Avenue's Holiday Windows

Sales of luxury goods may be slumping, but window shopping couldn't be better at Saks Fifth Avenue. WSJ's Rachel Dodes reports. (Dec. 3)

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A Look at the Chevy Volt Program

WSJ's Joe White asks Chevrolet Tony Posawatz about the status of the Volt. (Dec. 3)

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Wednesday's Market Wrap

Stacey Delo recaps the market highlights and looks ahead to the retail-sales picture awaiting investors on Thursday. (Dec. 3)

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Saying No to Holiday Shopping

MarketWatch columnist Chuck Jaffe says the responsible course of action in these lean times is to buy no holiday gifts. (Dec. 3)

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Burger King's Transylvania 'Whopper Virgins' Ad

See Burger King's new ad campaign about "Whopper Virgins." This ad features taste tests with farmers from Transylvania and pits the Whopper against McDonald's Big Mac.

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Burger King's Thailand 'Whopper Virgins' Ad

See Burger King's new ad campaign about "Whopper Virgins." This ad features taste tests with tribesmen in the jungles of Thailand and pits the Whopper against McDonald's Big Mac.

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Detroit's Forecast, After a Bailout

A federal rescue package for U.S. automakers now seems likely, but it's only going to buy the companies some time, S&P's Robert Schulz says. Schultz tells MarketWatch's Stacey Delo the outlook remains dire. (Dec. 3)

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Airport Siege in Thailand Comes to End

The airport siege in Thailand has now ended, as Thailand awaits it's third Prime Minister in three months. Political instability is visibly taking a toll on the country. Courtesy Reuters (Dec. 3)

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Obama names Richardson Commerce Secretary

President-elect Obama announces Richardson as his Commerce Secretary and takes questions...

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McMoRan Wipes Out As Summer Wave Crashes

Barron's Bob O'Brien talks about Freeport McMoRan, which rode the economic wave from summer, but may be regretting major moves they made, as metals are falling. (Dec. 3)

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Research in Motion Warns

Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry mobile phone and email device, warned of lower profits and sales on Wednesday, making it the latest handset company to succumb to the effects of a slowing global economy. (Dec. 3)

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Tech Firms Call Off Conventions

MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher talks about what the struggling market means for next year's tech conventions as some companies begin canceling their events. (Dec. 3)

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Victoria's Secret Tells All

As consumers cut back on discretionary spending, Victoria's Secret tries to lure in more consumers through more promotions. MarketWatch's Andria Cheng went to the New York flagship store to speak to the company's CEO Sharen Turney and Victoria Secret models Heidi Klum and Doutzen Kroes.

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How Leveraging Left Detroit Out in the Cold

WSJ's Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark speaks with colleague Dennis Berman about how a culture of leverage has affected the American auto industry.

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Joe's M.T.P. Tease

Joes' M.T.P. Tease

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Winners and Losers in the Layoffs Storm

Shafiq Lokhandwala, CEO of NuView Systems, comments on the industries and professionals that are best suited to weather the economic downturn. Interview with Kelsey Hubbard.

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What happened to the beard?

What happened to the beard?

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Bill on future role

Bill on future role

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Morning Roundup 12/3/08

Morning Roundup

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Kotecki- 12/03/08

A story that might not ring true, CEOs of Ford, GM, and Chrysler use their products, and Bill Clinton and Jeb Bush consider stuff.

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Kotecki- 12/03/08

A story that might not ring true, CEOs of Ford, GM, and Chrysler use their products, and Bill Clinton and Jeb Bush consider stuff.

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Israel's First Eco-Friendly Mosque

Made of water and straw, Israel's first eco-friendly mosque is already under a demolition order. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Rice Works to Ease Tension Between India and Pakistan

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice cuts short a European tour to visit India. She is working to help ease tension with Pakistan, which has been mounting since the three-day rampage in Mumbai. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Thousands Mourn for Rabbi Killed in Mumbai Attacks

Tens of thousands gather in Chabad Village, Israel for the funeral of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Ribka, murdered during the attacks in Mumbai, India. The Holtzbergs were among more than 180 people killed by Islamic militants. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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U.S. Auto Makers Come Back for More

General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC return to Washington, D.C., this time asking Congress for even more money -- $34 billion -- and it looks like they will get what they came for. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Playback 12/3/08

Playback

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Notebook- Obama's Team

Barack Obama has announced his all-star national security team and the appointments are sparking criticism and compliments. Katie Couric comments.

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U.S. Ship Rebuffs Pirates

The cruise ship known as The Nautica was sailing from Italy to the Far East when it was attacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia. Mark Phillips reports.

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Automakers' Recovery Plans

As auto sales continue to plummet to 25-year lows, GM, Ford and Chrysler delivered their plans for recovery to Capitol Hill along with another desperate plea for money. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama Gets Squeezed

Almost two months before he is sworn in as president, Barack Obama is already feeling the squeeze form U.S. governors who are pleading for help to jumpstart their economies. Chip Reid reports.

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Skeletons In Nixon's Closet

The release of more tapes of former President Richard Nixon's phone calls sheds light on a different era in politics. Bill Plante reports.

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UAW Offers Help To Big Three

The CEO's of the big three auto makers are on the road in an effort to sway Congress towards a bailout while the United Auto Workers Union offers support to save the Big Three. Susan Roberts has more.

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Terrifying New Find In Mumbai

Police in Mumbai made a terrifying new find at one of the attack sites. And there are new reports that the terrorists used steroids and cocaine to stay awake during the 60 hour siege. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Cluster bombs banned

In Oslo representatives from some 100 countries have begun putting their names to a landmark treaty, which bans all use, production, transferring and stockpiling of cluster bombs.

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Cholera death toll rising in Zimbabwe

The death toll from cholera in Zimbabwe rose to 565 on Wednesday, with 12,546 cases of the acute intestinal disease reported nationwide, the United Nations said.

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Africa's Green Revolution in the making

Urban population's are swelling around the world, and more populated cities mean more rubbish � a major problem in slums like Kibera, in Kenya's capital Nairobi. But an ingenuous incineration program could help contain pollution by transforming waste into fuel.

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A Walrus With All The Moves

Sara the Walrus has learned how to play the saxophone and dance the tango. Her musical training has made her the main attraction at a zoo in Instanbul, Turkey.

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Obama On Diverse Cabinet

President-elect Obama responds to charges today that his appointment of Gov. Bill Richardson (D-NM) to Commerce Secretary is a "consolation prize" for Hispanic Americans.

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Notebook- Bottled Water

In the U.S., 1.5 million tons of waste is created per year from plastic water bottles resulting in more places putting a ban on them. Katie Couric has more.

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Chambliss' Runoff Win

Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.), managed to hang onto his seat in a runoff with Democrat Jim Martin. Chambliss' win means the Democrats in the Senate will not have a filibuster-proof majority. WGCL's Rene Starzyk reports.

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Markets Get Much Needed Lift

The stock market was all over the map for much of the day, but in the end a late rally lifted stocks to a hefty gain. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Zimbabwe Cholera Victims Migrate

A hospital on the South Africa-Zimbabwe border is struggling to cope with the number of patients coming from Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is currently battling a cholera epidemic that has infected more than 11,000 since August.

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Art Revives Iraq Neighborhood

A neighborhood in Baghdad, where insurgent violence was once prevalent, has organized an art show at a local college. The show's creators hope to revitalize the spirit of the arts in the community.

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It's truffle time in France

It is the start of truffle season in France and the country's economic belly ache has not dampened the nations appetite for the expensive subterranean fungus.

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Super Bowl Star Suspended

New York Giants football star Plaxico Burress was fined and suspended by the NFL as a result of recent gun charges after he accidentally shot himself in a club. Jeff Glor reports.

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Choosing The Perfect Wine

Whether hosting or attending a dinner party, wine is always an issue. What do you serve? What do you give your host? Gary Vaynerchuk, author of Wines 101, explains how's its done to Harry Smith.

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Tasty Beauty Remedies

Celebrity makeup artist Shalini Vadhera shows Harry Smith how to improve your skin complexion and hair with homemade beauty secrets using food.

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Touched By An Angel

Harry Smith sat down with Victoria's Secret Angels Doutzen Kroes and Miranda Kerr about the upcoming Victoria's Secret fashion show.

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Thai protesters leave airport, flights due to resume Thursday.

Yellow-clad demonstrators packed up their belongings and streamed out of Suvarnabhumi airport in cars, taxis and buses after the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) handed over control to officials.

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It's truffle time in France

It is the start of truffle season in France and the country's economic belly ache has not dampened the nations appetite for the expensive subterranean fungus.

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Red, White And Blue Christmas

The theme for this year's holiday season at the White House is "A Red, White And Blue Christmas." Maggie Rodriguez meets First Lady Laura Bush for the grand tour.

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Shooting the Rolling Stones

Michael Joseph once spent a day in England's posh countryside photographing the young Rolling Stones. He recounts the bizarre day's work for CBS News at a London gallery showing his iconic images.

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Arrests In Shackled Teen Case

A missing teen with a shackle around his leg sought help inside a Tracy, Calif., gym where he was met by stunned workers. Harry Smith reports on arrests that have been made.

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A Capitol Christmas Tree

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D - CA)salutes veterans, politicians and Montanans as she lights the Capitol Christmas tree during the annual tradition.

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Big Three Make A Big Plea

The CEOs of GM, Ford, and Chrysler are trying to convince Congress to hand over 25 billion dollars from tax payers in a desperate bid to save the auto industry. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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D.C.'s Visitors Center Opens

The Capitol Visitor Center has finally opened in Washington and visitors are excited to see the hundreds of statues, artifacts, and even a replica of the capitol dome. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Wall Street Tries To Stabilize

A bleak forecast by economic strategists has generated a see-saw effect on Wall Street, as investors scramble for stability. Alexis Christoforous reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

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Lebanese Christian leader meets Syrian president

The Lebanese Christian leader Michel Aoun, renowned for his hostility towards Syria, has met Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on an unprecedented trip to Damascus.

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Ghana prepares to go to the polls

People in Ghana are heading to the polls this weekend to elect a new president. The current government has overseen a strong economy but a fierce electoral contest is still expected.

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Lebanese Christian leader arrives in Syria

The Lebanese Christian leader Michel Aoun, renowned for his hostility towards Syria, has arrived on a trip to Damascus.

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Thai protesters leave Bangkok airport after eight-day siege

Anti-government protesters packed up and left Bangkok's airports on Wednesday after a crippling siege, as authorities assured angry tourists that flights would soon resume.

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Hunger in the USA?

An increasing number of Americans are resorting to federal �food stamp? coupons to put dinner on the table. And with the world's largest economy announced to officially be in a recession since December 2007, the numbers of people relying on the government to help them eat will surely continue to climb.

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Plaxico's 'Giant' Setback

N.Y. Giants athlete Plaxico Burress faces criminal charges after accidentally shooting himself in the leg with an unregistered gun in a Manhattan night club. WCBS's Pablo Guzman reports.

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A Promise To Keep

CBS News RAW: During a parade in Senegal giant puppets in the likeness of President-elect Barack Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy were displayed as a reminder to Western nations their financial commitment to combat AIDS.

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Car Dealerships Closing

Across the U.S., 750 car dealerships have closed their doors and 150 more are expected to shut down by year's end, putting nearly 40,000 employees out of work. Ben Tracy reports.

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Gates' "Unique Situation"

I spent a long time hoping the question would never be popped and then hoping he'd change his mind, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said regarding his recent appointment to stay at his post in the new Obama administration.

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