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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Biggest Business Lobbying For Greenhouse Gas Effect

Representatives from nearly 200 countries will meet in Copenhagen, Denmark in December to talk about global warming. (Asia Confidential)

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Wiggle It

This year, Wiggles earns under $40 million, more than Brat Pitt and half that of Qantas. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Cooking Oil From The Tropics

Palm oil tracks crude oil and may trade inversely with soybean. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Asian Billion-Dollar IPOs Are Back

Analysis and discussion with Chief Asian Strategist of Citigroup Markus Rosgen. He says IPO's issuance at lowest in 17 years relative to market cap. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Indonesia Aims To Beat Malaysia

Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation aims to beat Malaysia to become the global financial hub for Islam. (The Trade)

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Richard Li Drops Appeal

Chairman Richard Li scraps his appeal against the court ruling which blocks his plans to privatize Hong Kong's biggest phone company. (The Trade)

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Hatoyama's New Cabinet

Half of DPJ's lawmakers are first-time legislators with only 12 held cabinet posts. (The Trade)

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Chinese Stocks Plunge

Chinese stocks are currently down as the session gets underway. (The Trade)

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Much Stronger Asian Currencies In Q4

Standard Chartered expects the USD-KRW to fall 1166 over next three months. (The Trade)

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Estimated Airline Losses In 2009

IATA says passenger yields to fall 12% in 2009 which is more than June's 7% estimated fall. (The Trade)

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Bernanke's Warning

Confidence may return slowly to Ground Zero after global financial crisis but Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warns not to celebrate too soon. (The Trade)

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Telstra Shares Rebound

Telstra shares rebound after dropping to a three-month low. (The Trade)

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Japan's Retail Sales Jump

Retail sales in Japan jump the most in three years. (The Trade)

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Scarlett Johansson and Pete Yorn release music video

Scarlett Johansson and Pete Yorn release their new single, "Relator," a throw-back to '60s era pop.

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Evening News Online, 09.15.09

Tuesday: S.C. Republican Rep. Joe Wilson accused of racism after heckling Pres. Obama; Also, officials prepare to release an H1N1 vaccine; And, rescuing marine life.

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Seal of Approval

A playful Hawaiian seal is loved by many, but he eventually could turn dangerous as he continues to grow. As John Blackstone reports, a wildlife rescue team is hoping this seal can beat the odds.

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ACORN Misconduct On Tape

Newly-released video captures employees from the social activist organization ACORN allegedly advising people posing as prostitutes and pimps how to cheat on taxes. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Loans Are Hard To Come By

Although the government says that credit is starting to flow, Americans who may not have had a problem getting a loan two years ago are being shut out of the market. Ben Tracy reports.

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Signs Of Economic Turnaround

Although there is optimism about the economy, unemployment remains a gloomy cloud on the forecast. Anthony Mason reports.

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Search For Annie Le's Killer

Police investigating the murder of Yale grad student Annie Le have positioned themselves outside an apartment building in Middletown, Conn. Randall Pinkston reports on the "person of interest."

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Business Update- Bernanke's prediction

Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke proclaimed a technical end to the recession was "very likely."

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Racism Behind Wilson's Heckle?

In Rep. Joe Wilson's South Carolina district, the majority of his constituents are staunch, white Republicans. Mark Strassmann reports on accusations racial overtures fueled Wilson's comment.

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Race To H1N1 Readiness

The FDA has approved applications for vaccines of the 2009 H1N1 virus, but will it come in time for flu season? Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Aerosmith's Joe Perry cans Kanye West

Guitarist Joe Perry criticises Kanye West's behaviour and talks about his new album 'Have Guitar, Will Travel'.

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Talk of the Town- Patrick Swayze dies

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Partick Swayze dies from cancer, Kanye West apologizes to Taylor Swift, and Betty White to get lifetime achievement award.

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Annie Le Remembered

McKenzie Fisk, a college friend of murdered Yale graduate student Annie Le, has a special message for Annie.

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Lessons from Lehman

A year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers -- Wall Street reflects on the lessons learned.

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The look is fierce- Christian Siriano

Project Runway star Christian Siriano unveils his collection for Spring 2010 at New York Fashion Week.

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Bernanke's trial by crisis

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, once a student of the Great Depression, says the recession is "very likely" over.

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Notebook- Patrick Swayze

Katie Couric comments on the life of Patrick Swayze, who lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. Swayze bravely opened the fundraising event, 'Stand Up 2 Cancer,' which could one day help find a cure.

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Brown's "The Lost Symbol" hits stores

Author Dan Brown's thriller "The Lost Symbol," the blockbuster sequel to the conspiracy theory novel "The Da Vinci Code," hits bookshelves to the delight of fans.

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Business Update- Retail bounce-back

U.S. retail sales catapulted upward at their fastest pace in 3-1/2 years thanks to the success of the government's cash-for-clunkers program.

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Survey Says - Commercial Real Estate Market Under Pressure

Commercial Real Estate Outlook - Interview with Colliers ABR Research Director Robert Sammons (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Lehman and the Financial Crisis

Lehman Collapse, One Year Later - Interview with Luigi Zingales of University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Bloomberg News)

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Today in Washington - Senate Panel Targets Health Bill Cost

Senate Trying to Drive Cost of Bill Down, No Republicans Stepping Forward Yet to Accept Compromise (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Return of Retail?

Retail Forecast - Roundtable Discussion with Christopher Rupkey and Howard Davidowitz (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Obama's Next Steps

Obama Speaks at AFL-CIO Convention - Interview with White House Senior Economic Adviser Austan Goolsbee (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 9.15

All Three Major Indexes Each Rise Less Than 1% (Bloomberg News)

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Brown's "The Lost Symbol" hits stores

Author Dan Brown's thriller "The Lost Symbol," the blockbuster sequel to the conspiracy theory novel "The Da Vinci Code," hits bookshelves to the delight of fans.

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Economic Expectations - Fed and Treasury "Needed" TARP

Fallout from the Financial Crisis - Interview with Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Martin Baily (Bloomberg News)

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Neutral Makeup

The KPTVB12 local news story "Less is more", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:31PM. The story was classified under the "Education" category, and is related to the following topics: nail polish, less is more, wear, color it, rall, champagne.

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Laser Hair Removal

The KPTVB12 local news story "Laser hair removal", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:37PM. The story was classified under the "Health" category, and is related to the following topics: laser hair removal, wax, treatment, skin tone, used to be, shave.

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In-Depth Look - Adding Up a Recovery

Obama May Be Banking on Taxpayers (Bloomberg News)

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$10 Million B-Day Present

Britain's Prince Harry is a birthday multi-millionaire. Now that he's 25, he inherits a huge sum of money from his late mother, Princess Diana. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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In-Depth Look - Best Buy Revenue Rises

Best Buy Raises Outlook After Seeing Consumer Traffic Has Stabilized (Bloomberg News)

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Iraqi shoe-thrower released, claims torture

The Iraqi television reporter jailed for throwing his shoes at former US president George W. Bush was freed on Tuesday and said he was tortured by electric shocks and simulated drowning in custody. Duration: 00:42

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Theron shines at premiere

Actress Charlize Theron adds depth to the romantic mystery "The Burning Plain," which premiered in Los Angeles on Monday.

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La Toya Jackson on Patrick Swayze

Sister of the late King of Pop, La Toya Jackson, comments on the death of Patrick Swayze while fund-raising in West Hollywood

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Bake Me a Wish

The KPTVB12 local news story "Chocolate brownie", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:01PM. The story was classified under the "Sports" category, and is related to the following topics: birthday cake, happy birthday, baked, delicious, three way, chocolate brownie.

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Celebrity Hotels

The KPTVB12 local news story "Tom cruise and katie holmes", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:12PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: gramercy park hotel, tom cruise and katie holmes, old new york, absolute, main thing, park effect.

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Jennifer Adams

The KPTVB12 local news story "Jennifer adams", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:24PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: jennifer adams, soft soap, sitting room, take a look, magnificent, wine room.

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Travel Insurance

The KPTVB12 local news story "Travel insurance", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:06PM. The story was classified under the "Consumer" category, and is related to the following topics: travel agent, deal, travel insurance, vacation, don, waikiki beach.

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Inside Look - Reforming the Regulatory System

Citigroup 34% Stake Sale Discussed at Treasury - Interview with Former Treasury Department Official Stephen Myrow (Bloomberg News)

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Trabant green revival in Frankfurt

Communist East Germany's infamous Trabant gets a modern makeover at the Frankfurt car show, as car makers look to the future with green technologies.

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Auto News Briefs

Frankfurt Auto Show Recap - GM to Expand Chevy Lineup in Europe; Magna Co-CEO Remains Optimistic; Ford Targets Baby Boomers' Kids; Tesla Gets $82.5 Million Investment, May Build Retail Stores (Bloomberg News)

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Loaded- Gadget couture

Google gives you a new way to flip through the news, the Apple TV gets a price cut, and the HP Mini-Note shows off its spring couture.

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Biden Makes Trip To Iraq

Vice President Joe Biden made his 3rd trip to Iraq and spoke with reporters.

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France Telecom suicides spur action

Following another attempted suicide, a crisis meeting is held to discuss what can be done to help employees of the telecommunications giant.

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Business Update- Banks' living wills

Britain's banks are to be forced to make 'living wills' that explain how they will wind themselves up the event of bankruptcy.

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In-Depth Look - Invasion of the Cable Killers

Cutting the Cable Cord - Roku's Profitable, But Tiny Player Gives Instant Access to Video and Sports Games; Roku Stealing On-Demand Revenue (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Leno's Debut

Jay Leno the New King of 10 pm? (Bloomberg News)

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Unplugged- Kennedy's Final Word

CBS News producer Jill Jackson has the latest on the Joe Wilson quagmire and Nancy Cordes spoke with Jonathan Karp, editor of Ted Kennedy's memoir "True Compass" and publisher of Twelve.

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Cattle Herd in Convenience Store

Caught on Tape: A cattle run in Puyallup, Wash. took a wrong turn when two cattle entered a convenience store and had to be chased out by a cowboy on horseback.

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School Bus Beating Caught on Tape

A 17-year-old high school student was violently attacked twice while riding on a school bus in Belleville, Illinois. Police say it started when the victim was told by students that he could not sit by them.

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Spotlight - Simon Property Group

Doomed Commercial Real Estate? - Interview with Simon Property Group CEO David Simon (Bloomberg News)

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Dividend Check 9.15

Philip Morris International Increases Dividend on Payout Ratio, Competition, and Improving Outlook; Campbell Soup May Raise Dividend (Bloomberg News)

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Interview with Rod Blagojevich

Former Illinois Senator is Back with a New Book "The Governor", Offers His Own Side of the Story (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - The Fear Factor of Volatility

Volatility Forecast - Analysis and Discussion with Brian Overby of TradeKing (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Obama's Trade Tango

Tire Tariff Politics - An In-Depth Look on Obama's Trade Policies; Further Analysis and Discussion with Clyde Prestowitz of Economic Strategy Institute (Bloomberg News)

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New Book from "48 Hours Mystery"

Seven Days of Rage: The Deadly Crime Spree of the Craigslist Killer

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Spotlight - Petroleo Brasileiro SA

The Price Tage for Black Gold - Exclusive Interview with Petrobras CEO Jose Sergio Gabrielli (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Healthcare Reform Rx

Interview with Dr. Steven Nissen of the Cleveland Clinic (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Healthcare Reform Rx

Interview with Dr. Steven Nissen of the Cleveland Clinic (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - British Pound

British Pound Declines After Bank of England Says It May Cut Deposit Rate (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Speaks on Auto Industry

Excerpt - Live! From General Motors Plant in Warren, OH: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Lehman Collapse, One Year Later

Special Report - Life After Lehman in Canary Wharf; Further Perspective - DJ Stoxx Banks 12 Month Chart, Down 17% (Bloomberg News)

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Prescription Deals

Amy Goodman from All You magazine shares recommendations for how to save money on prescription drugs.

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More than goulash- Hungary cooks up new cuisine

Hungarian cuisine is not confined to goulash. At least that's the message a group of chefs in Budapest is delivering to fellow countrymen, seeking to expand their culinary horizons beyond the famed meat stew. Duration: 02:03

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Interview with Laszlo Birinyi

Birinyi Seeing "Bull Market", Market Up 50% from Lows (Bloomberg News)

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Fired before he was hired- tale of a Lehman trader

His first day of work was exactly a year ago, on September 15, 2008, but when Edouard d'Archimbaud showed up at Lehmnan Brothers, it was only to discover that they mighty investment bank has just gone belly-up. The young would-be banker was forced into a job reconversion at the very start of his career, in an industry in the eye of the storm. Duration: 01:56

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Reaction to France Telecom suicides

Union officials and psychoanalysts have given their response to a rash of suicides at France Telecom, blamed by government leaders on high-stress management tactics. Since February 2008 23 employees have committed suicide at France Telecom, which employs 100,000 people. Duration: 01:13

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France looks to stem suicides at telecoms co.

France Telecom's president pledged on Tuesday to bring a halt to the "infernal spiral" of deaths from workplace suicides at Europe's third biggest telecoms group after crisis talks with the government. Didier Lombard outlined measures taken over the past months to prevent more staff from taking their own lives, such as setting up a distress line for depressed employees and offering more psychological counselling. Duration: 01:02

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Skate fans bring new sport to Uganda

In Uganda's capital, a handful of skaters with a passion have built their own haven from poverty and hardship outside. Their skate park is a first for East Africa and, they hope, the key to wider recognition and support for their sport. Duration: 01:38

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Iraq shoe-thrower freed, accuses guards of torture

The Iraqi television reporter jailed throwing his shoes at former US president George W. Bush was freed on Tuesday after nine months in prison. Muntazer al-Zaidi said he was tortured by electric shocks and simulated drowning while in custody. Images of crowds welcoming Zaidi on his release. Duration: 00:42

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City of Lights is nectar for the bees

Paris is the bee's knees -- or so says one beekeeper who has set up beehives there, claiming the city is a healthier home than the countryside filled with pesticides and chemicals used in intensive farming. Duration: 01:51

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How I Met Your Mother's Cast

How I Met Your Mother heads into its fifth season as Neil Patrick Harris gears up to host the Emmys. Julie Chen spoke to him and the cast.

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Crazy Horse cabaret kicks off new show

The Crazy Horse erotic cabaret -- which claims the title of Paris temple of nude chic -- is launching a new show "Desires", which will dominate its programme for several seasons. Duration: 01:22

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Study- Shower Heads Dirty

A study shows bacteria found in shower heads could affect immune compromised persons but likely safe for most people. Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the findings to Jeff Glor.

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Swayze Death Reactions

Actors Rob Lowe and Jennifer Garner commented on Patrick Swayze's death and his "Dirty Dancing" co-star Jennifer Grey released a statement.

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Hearty Italian Dishes

Food & Wine magazine's Gail Simmons showed Maggie Rodriguez and Jeff Glor how to make a hearty Italian meal for the whole family.

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Judy Shepard's Story

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Judy Shepard whose son, Matthew, was brutally beaten and died in a hate crime because he was gay.

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In-Depth Look - Turning Down TARP

Interview and discussion with Richard Evans of the Cullen/Frost Bankers. He says TARP money from the government is expensive. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 9.15

Suzanne O'Halloran is live in the New York Stocks Exchange with the latest in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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Hollywood actor Patrick Swayze dies

The film actor Patrick Swayze, who was diagnosed early in 2008 with pancreatic cancer, has died at the age of 57.

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Banker Robber's Double Life

Jeanne Callahan Trantel, the ex-wife of a bank robber, is the author of "Disguised Blessings," a memoir about her former husband's double life. She spoke to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Lehmans - one year on

One year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the joint administrator of the company's European operations calls for lessons to be learnt.

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Wells Fargo Fires VP

Wells Fargo fires its Senior Vice President after violating the company policy. (Bloomberg News)

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Chrysler September Sales May Slump

Wall Street Journal reports Chrysler to post sales slump this September. (Bloomberg News)

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Prince Harry Inherits Millions

Prince Harry celebrates his 25th birthday and will inherit half the fortune of his mother, Princess Diana. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Preventing Financial Metldowns

The Lehman Brothers bankruptcy was the beginning of a U.S. financial meltdown, but has the government done enough to prevent future meltdowns? Anthony Mason reports.

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In-Depth Look - Lehman Bros, The Crisis, And Asia

Interview and discussion with Stephen Roach of the Morgan Stanley Asia. He gives his views and reactions about Asian and U.S. economy after a year of Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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Willis Pays CNA $130M In Settlement

Wilis Group to shell out $130 million to resolve legal dispute with CNA Financial. (Bloomberg News)

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Porsche Annual Sales Fall 12%

Porsche sales fall for about 12%. (Bloomberg News)

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Pancreatic Cancer Facts

Early detection is difficult due to a lack of efficient screening for the disease, says Dr. Jennifer Ashton who has advice for those concerned about pancreatic cancer.

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India ice cream biz sweet amid slowdown

A family selling Indian sweets and ice cream takes advantage of the economic crisis, expanding business as rental prices become affordable.

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Yale Murder Analyzed

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with a close friend of Annie Le's and criminal profiler Casey Jordan about Le's mysterious murder.

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Yale 'Unnerved' By Murder

The search for evidence continues at Yale University as authorities focus on a suspect, reports Randall Pinkston.

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Breast Cancer Reconstruction

Dr. Jennifer Ashton speaks with her brother, reconstructive surgeon Dr. Evan Garfein, about breast cancer reconstruction and the 'In It Together Fund'. For more info e-mail, egarfein@yahoo.com.

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Home Sick with H1N1?

Jeff Glor spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about which H1N1 symptoms to look out for and why staying home is the best medicine. An ill Harry Smith joined the conversation from home.

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In-Depth Look - Gorman For CEO

Interview and discussion with Brad Hintz of the Sanford C. Bernstein. He shares his insights about Gorman's take over as C.E.O. of Morgan Stanley. (Bloomberg News)

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China- US tyre move unfair

China's Commerce Ministry calls a U.S. decision to impose added duty on "made-in-China" tires an abuse of safeguard measures.

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Air industry eyes recovery

Aviation executives see signs of recovery after industry hit by falling demand, rocketing fuel prices and scares over the H1N1 virus.

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In-Depth Look - To Big To Fail

Interview and discussion with Niall Ferguson of Harvard University talking about the state of the banking economy after a year of Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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Iraqi Show Thrower Freed Today

The Iraqi journalist who throws his shoes at former President George W. Bush gets freed today. (Bloomberg News)

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Breaking The Blockbuster Code

Dan Brown's "Lost Symbol" hits the stores. (Bloomberg News)

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Frankfurt Auto Show

Lamborghini showcase its new $1.1 million car. (Bloomberg News)

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Weekly Economic Insights- Consumer Confidence Ties High

In the week ending Sept. 13, 2009, 41% of Americans said the economy is getting better, tying the 20-month high recorded two weeks prior.

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Prince Harry's Birthday Gift

Prince Harry turns 25, expects to get $11 million from Princess Diana's estate. (Bloomberg News)

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Things Don't Get Better With Tax - Coke CEO

Coke C.E.O. calls federal tax on soft drinks "outrageous". (Bloomberg News)

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Pandit Grounds Himself

Citigroup stops Pandit's use of company's jet for personal use. (Bloomberg News)

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Geico Opens Walk-In Offices

Geico insurance opens walk-in offices to attract investors. (Bloomberg News)

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Stocks To Watch - BYD

Warren Buffett's investment boosts BYD's shares getting more shares after Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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Good Riddance, Lehman - Niall Ferguson

Harvard Professor, Nial Ferguson says "Lehman collapse is to convince other banks that t hey need injection of public capitol." (Bloomberg News)

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Good Riddnace, Lehman - Niall Ferguson

Harvard Professor, Nial Ferguson says "Lehman collapse is to convince other banks that they need injection of public capitol." (Bloomberg News)

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GE Bets On Solar

General Electric plans to increase solar panels production in 2010. (Bloomberg News)

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Holiday R US

Toys "R" Us plans to open 80 temporary stores this holiday season to boost sales. (Bloomberg News)

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New York State Files For Lehman Taxes

New York state files claims of $1.2 million in Lehman taxes and fees. (Bloomberg News)

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2Q Earnings Before The Bell - Best Buy

Best buy expects to post its second quarter earnings later this day. (Bloomberg News)

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Brady's 2 Late TDs Lift Pats To Win

Tom Brady's lead his team to a 25-24 victory with two touchdown pass. (Bloomberg News)

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William Apologizes For Outburst

Serena Williams apologizes for her outburst regarding the foot-fault call. (Bloomberg News)

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Federer US Open Streak Ends, del Potro Wins

Juan Martin del Potro ends Roger Federer's U.S. Open winning streak. (Bloomberg News)

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Mr. Obama Comes To Wall Street

An excerpt of interview with President Barack Obama talking about his financial regulatory reform. (Bloomberg News)

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'Dirty Dancing' Star Patrick Swayze Dies

Actor Patrick Swayze dies at the age of 57 after suffering from pancreatic cancer. (Bloomberg News)

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Judge Rejects BofA Settlement

A federal judge rejects Bank of America's settlement to buy Merrill Lynch for $29 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Citi To Reduce US Stakes

Citigroup says to explore cutting U.S. stake in company. (Bloomberg News)

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Economy Improving - Obama

President Obama sees the economy starts to grow again, due to stronger imports and improvement in labor. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

European stocks show a lower open for today's trading. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks flip between gains and losses. (Bloomberg News)

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French cabaret gets kicks out of new show

The Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris, famed for its shows starring nude dancers, presents its new show, "Desires", which is to run for several years at the cabaret. Duration: 01:26

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Business Update- JAL chase

Air France-KLM is in talks for a potential stake in Japan Airlines, as the Asian carrier plans service and staff cuts to slash costs by 30 percent.

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Japan's new government hopes for baby boom

Hugging babies is not enough -- Yukio Hatoyama, who officially takes office as Japan's prime minister on Wednesday, wants to reverse the country's demographic crisis. But will the promised pro-family policy of the Democratic Party prompt women to have more babies? Duration: 02:11

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