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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Coca-Cola And Yahoo Earnings In Apac

Coca-cola profit little changed; Yahoo profit triples. (The Trade)

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Maxis Communications IPO

Employees provident fund to buy half of Maxis Communications' $3 billion stocks. (The Trade)

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Tuesday: Alarming trends emerge as most H1N1 hospital patients are under 25; Also, Hamid Karzai agrees to a run-off election; And, finding love in Ireland.

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Ford And Geely Negotiations

Ford has concerns about sharing its technology and plans for products; Ford and Geely struggle to agree on IPR. (The Trade)

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Earnings Watch - Chinese Telecom

China Mobile and its smaller rival China Telecom both report earnings that missed analysts' expectations by small margins. (The Trade)

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Held By The Taliban

For seven months, The Times's David Rohde was held captive by the Taliban. Much of what he learned during that time came from watching videos- day after day- with his captors.

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Fund Manager Bonuses May Shrink

Analysis and discussion with AIMA Chairman Michael Coleman. (The Trade)

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Update - Sri Lanka Stock Market

Sri Lanka receives 2.6 billion dollars from IMF; Galleon's Singapore reports it hasn't received any redemption requests. (The Trade)

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Coca-Cola And Yahoo Earnings In Apac

Coca-cola profit little changed; Yahoo profit triples. (The Trade)

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Gold May Climb Another 14% By December

Interview with Managing Partner David Baker. Genus dynamic gold fund has one of the best YTD performances in the gold fund universe. (The Trade)

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Oil Falls From One-Year High

Report and analysis with Christian Schmollinger of Bloomberg News. (The Trade)

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Bespoke: Oil Cheap Relative To S&P

Oil plays such a fundamental role in the economy; The S&P needs to gain 55% to keep in line with historical data. (The Trade)

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Shopping Mall Operator Plunges

Retail investors lose money when Centro virtually collapsed. (The Trade)

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Mexico's 'birdmen' take flight

The Voladores of Papantla, or flying men of Mexico, carry the country's ancient heritage into the present, with a breathtaking ceremony of music and dance staged atop a giant pole. The ritual, which is said to be some 1,500 years old, has recently been named a world heritage site by UNESCO. Duration: 01:59

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Bank Perks

Many struggling Americans saw their taxes increase to bail out financial institutions. Now, many of these companies are continuing to hand out huge bonuses. Chip Reid reports.

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Karzai Agrees to Runoff

Afghanistan's president has given into U.S. pressure and agreed to a runoff election. As Mandy Clark reports, Karzai's uncertainty forced President Obama to delay his decision on a new Afghan strategy.

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Power Has Privileges

Lobbying on Capitol Hill has moved into overdrive with 3,000 registered health care lobbyists. In many cases, those lobbyists are former members of Congress and staffers. Sharyl Attkisson follows the money.

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Love of the Irish

Ireland has long been associated with the art of matchmaking, as CBS News' Mark Phillips reports. In fact, couples are still connecting and finding love in pubs to this day across the Emerald Isle.

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TV Theme Song Composer Dies

World War II Navy Veteran Vic Mizzy composed some of the most famous TV theme songs in history. Katie Couric reports.

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Lifestyle Changes To Fight Flu

In Utah, a Salt Lake City church nixes communal wine and a New York school bans touching. Jeff Glor reports on efforts to stop the H1N1 virus from spreading.

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H1N1 Vaccine in Demand

The H1N1 vaccine is in hot demand in some counties while others have more than enough. Don Teague reports.

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H1N1 Targets the Young

In 2009, more than half of those hospitalized for H1N1 are under the age of 25. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, doctors are still trying to understand why H1N1 can turn deadly in the healthy.

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On Baseball With Jack Curry

Jane Bornemeier, editor of New York Times Radio, talks with Jack Curry, The New York Times' national baseball writer, about game the series between the Yankees and the Angels.

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Sen. Cardin's Full Remarks at Climate Change Conference '09

Maryland Sen. Benjamin Cardin's full keynote speech at the Climate Change Conference 2009, sponsored by CQ-Roll Call Group.

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Sen. Sanders' Full Remarks at Climate Change Conference '09

Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders' full speech at the Climate Change Conference 2009, sponsored by CQ-Roll Call Group.

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Sen. Voinovich's Full Remarks, Climate Change Conference '09

Ohio Sen. George Voinovich's full keynote address at the Climate Change Conference 2009, sponsored by CQ-Roll Group.

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Sen. Klobuchar's Full Remarks, Climate Change Conference '09

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar's keynote address at the Climate Change Conference 2009, sponsored by CQ-Roll Group, which owns Congress.org.

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Inside Look - Consumers Holding Back

Fear Factor - Analysis and Discussion with Stephanie Pomboy of Macromavens (Taking Stock)

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Inside Look - The Business of the Olympics

2010 Winter Olympic Games - Interview with Vancouver Organizing Committee CEO John Furlong (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Good Mogul/Bad Mogul

Media Merger Mayhem - Interview with Jonathan Knee, Senior Managing Director at Evercore Partners and Author of "The Curse of The Mogul" (Bloomberg News)

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Rosalind Wiseman On "Sexting"

Katie Couric and author Rosalind Wiseman talk about how kids are using technology, and the negative impact of "sexting."

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Rosalind Wiseman: Kids and Privacy

Katie Couric and author Rosalind Wiseman discuss the delicate balance between between kind of keeping an eye on kids, but also respecting their privacy.

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Rosalind Wiseman: Too Much Homework?

Katie Couric and Rosalind Wiseman talk about the amount of homework given to kids today.

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@katiecouric: Rosalind Wiseman

Rosalind Wiseman, parenting expert and author of "Queen Bees & Wannabes," talks about raising teenagers, what parents can do about bullying in schools and the influence of technology.

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Notebook: Women's Insurance

A hot topic on the senate floor has been women's health insurance. A national campaign has been raising awareness. In the insurance market, women can pay more than 48%. Katie Couric comments.

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Afghanistan heads for run-off vote

Afghanistan will hold a second round of its presidential election after incumbent Hamid Karzai failed to win a clear majority in the fraud-tainted contest. Duration: 01:34

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Earnings Watch - Yahoo!

Yahoo! Reports EPS: Act. $ 0.13 vs. Est. $ 0.11; An In-Depth Look, Featuring Reaction with Larry Haverty of GAMCO Investors (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 10.20

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

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McNair Murder Suspect Speaks

The Murder Suicide involving Steve McNair and his 20-year-old girlfriend, Sahel "Jenni" Kazemi left much speculation surrounding Kazemi's live-in lover of 3 years, Keith Norfleet. CBS News' Armen Keteyian speaks with Norfleet.

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In-Depth Look - Draining the Dark Pools

Trading in the Dark - SEC May Propose Limitations to Anonymous Trades (Bloomberg News)

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Energy Outlook - Oil Slips From One Year High

Analysis and Discussion with Carl Larry of Oil Outlooks & Opinions (Bloomberg News)

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Sectors to Watch - Regional Banks, Materials

Regional Banks Conundrum - Comerica's Credit Trends Stabilize; Bad Loans Stabilizing for Regions Financial?; M&T Sees Profit Again; Weakness in Commodities Sends S&P Materials Index Falling 1.4%; DuPont Sales Trail Estimates (Bloomberg News)

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Afghan run-off will face 'very low turnout': deputy

Taking Afghanistan's presidential race to a final run-off vote will be difficult to stage and face even lower turnout than the first round in August, an Afghan parliamentary deputy has warned. Duration: 00:46

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Karzai hails run-off vote decision

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has hailed election officials' decision to stage a run-off vote as a step forward for democracy in his country. Duration: 00:37

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Iraqi economy still in tatters in wake of conflict

Bankers in Baghdad are betting on the hotel and banking sectors as the next source of growth for their economy. But more than six years after the war, Iraq is still suffering, fully dependent on its oil exports and saddled with decrepit infrastructure. Duration: 01:46

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Spotlight - Naturally Advanced Technologies

Hemp In Your Underwear, Takes on Cotton - Interview with NAT CEO Kenneth Barker (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - A New E-Book Reader

Will Barnes & Noble's "Nook" Find a Niche Amid Increasing Book Wars? - Analysis and Discussion with James Friedland of Cowen & Co. (Bloomberg News)

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Today in Washington - Push to Extend Tax Credit

The Cost of Extending Credit - Senators Dodd and Isakson Want More (Bloomberg News)

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Unplugged: Tax Credit For All Homebuyers?

Nancy Cordes spoke with Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) who supports new legislation to extend an $8,000 tax rebate to all homebuyers, not just to first-time homebuyers, set to expire in November. Plus; CBS News' Byron Pitts opens up about life's obstacles in his new book, "Step Out On Nothing".

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Market Outlook - Fed Says Inflation is Subdued

3Q Earnings Round-Up - Analysis and Discussion with Howard Silverblatt of S&P (Bloomberg News)

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Investigators Talks To Casey

Listen to excerpts of Casey Anthony being questioned by Orlando, Fla. Investigators on July 16 and Oct. 14, 2008.

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In-Depth Look - A "Wake-Up Call"

Prosecutors Say Rajaratnam Made as Much as $18 Million Investing on Tips; Probe May Lead Silicon Valley to Spell Out Rules of Insider Trading; Officials Expected to Charge at Least Ten with Insider Trading (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Callaway Golf Co.

Can Callaway Recover? - Interview with President/CEO George Fellows (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Nintendo Under Pressure

Nintendo's Net Income May Fall 11% to $2.7 Billion; Nintendo May Cut Its Profit Projection by About 30%; Sony's PS3 Outsold Wii in U.S. for First Time Last Month (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Analyzing "Too Big to Fail"

Too Big? Not that Bad... - Interview with Charles Calomiris of Columbia University Business School (Bloomberg News)

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Early Backstage: Suzanne Somers

Adam "The Audience Guy" caught up with actress Suzanne Somers who just released her 19th book. She dishes on what went on backstage of her classic TV shows.

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Business News Briefs

Adecco Buys MPS Group for $1.3 Billion; Venture Capital Financing Falls 33%; PS3 Outsells Wii For First Time, Due to Slashed Prices; Nintendo May Cut Forecast (Bloomberg News)

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Investment Strategies - Holding Core Holdings for 1-3 Years

Searching for Value - Analysis and Discussion with Alexander Roepers of Atlantic Investment Management (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Equity Expectations

Analysis and Discussion with Peter Boockvar of Miller Tabak (Bloomberg News)

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This is it rockumentary pays homage to King of Pop

This is it, a concert film documenting Michael Jackson's rehearsals for his 2009-2010 concert tour, will be released in cinemas around the world from October 28.

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France starts swine flue innoculation for medical staff

France began to innoculate key medical workers against swine flu on Tuesday, to be followed by other health professionals and then preganant women from next month. More than one thousand centres will be set up for the campaign to vaccinate the general public. Duration: 01:07.

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In-Depth Look - Wall Street's Trickle Down

Credit Suisse to Raise Salaries; NY State Tax Revenue at 20% vs. NYC Tax Revenue's 9%; According to Albany, Wall Street Bonuses Will Have Little Impact This Year; Restaurant Business Picks Up Near Wall Street (InBusiness)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Iraq

Interview with Northern Gulf Partners President CEO Bartle Bull (InBusiness)

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The Currency Report - Swiss Franc

Swissy Making Dash to Parity (InBusiness)

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Israel's arms dealers predict bumper year

The arms industry employs an estimated 40,000 people in Israel and brings billions of dollars into the economy At this year's arms fair, dealers estimate that 2010 will be an even more prosperous year for weapons makers. Duration : 01:47

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Spotlight - Novavax

Interview with CEO Rahul Singhvi (InBusiness)

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Outliers Author on New Book

Author Malcolm Gladwell talks about his new book, What The Dog Saw, about getting the story behind some compelling personalities.

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In-Depth Look - Ambani Brothers Feud

Mukesh Ranked 7th Richest Man in the World, Anil Ranked 34th (InBusiness)

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Sweat Lodge Families Speak

Robert Brown, brother of sweat lodge victim Kirby Brown, and Tom McFeeley, a family spokesperson, talk to Harry Smith about what they've learned in the wake of three deaths in the Arizona desert.

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Inside Look - Taxing the Rich

Interview with Chuck Collins, Senior Scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies and Co-Founder of Wealth for Common Good (InBusiness)

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Marijuana: Steps to Legalization?

Marijuana users in states where it's legal take a breath of fresh air as federal government guidelines recommend focusing on criminal prosecution.

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Women may Exercise Different than Men

A personal trainer demonstrates to Kelly Cobiella exercises for women to develop bodies more complimentary to their shape and not the male figure.

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Spotlight - Aviva Plc

Live! From NYSE Trading Floor: Interview with CEO Andrew Moss (InBusiness)

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Wall Streets Trickle Down

40% jump in Wall Street bonuses could boost sales of the city's multi-million dollar apartments and generate extra tax revenue for New York City. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Value Investing Congress

Analysis and discussion with Jason Stock of M3 Funds; There is an opportunity on smaller banks and they position themselves well to take advantage of a lot of the market opportunities. (Bloomberg News)

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Movers At The Open

SPDR S&P Homebuilders up ; MPS Group sold to Adecco with a price tag of $1.3 billion; MGM Mirage moves higher; Caterpillar trades above 60 million shares; Goldman Sachs says stocks can continue to rally; United Health Group profits jump. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 10.20

Caterpillar expected to be a standout; Dow industrials lower; Oil hovers around $79; Regional banks continue to struggle. (Bloomberg News)

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Banana and Nutella French Toast

Katie Lee showed Harry Smith and Kelly Cobiella how to make baked banana and Nutella French Toast.

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Texas Instruments Beats Estimates

Texas Instruments reports a drop in sales and net income in the third quarter versus last year but sales still beat estimates however with sales posting the smallest decrease since the recession hit last year. (Bloomberg News)

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Co-Workers: Heene Was Ballistic

Science show hosts Barbara Slusser and Scott Stevens show concern for the Heene children and tell Kelly Cobiella that Richard Heene could go ballistic.

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Suzanne Somers' Cancer Controversy

Harry Smith spoke with actress Suzanne Somers about her controversial new book on alternative cancer treatments.

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Become a Total Knockout

Professional boxing trainer Alex Devia shows Dr. Jennifer Ashton how boxing takes working out to the next level. And, Maureen Shea, nicknamed "The Real Million Dollar Baby," shares her experience training Hilary Swank.

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What makes Denmark so happy?

Every year, several surveys show that Danes are the self-proclaimed happiest people in the world. To outsiders, it's a curiosity, for despite its wealth and prosperity, Denmark also has long, dark winters and one of Europe's highest tax rates. Duration: 02:13.

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Swine flu vaccine production in full swing

French pharmaceuticals group Sanofi-Aventis has ramped up production of its swine flue vaccine, one of several that have been approved to combat the A(H1N1) pandemic. Duration: 01:13.

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French River Brigades target drug traffickers

In the north of France, River Brigades are targetting drug and weapon traffickers. With the opening of a canal that will link France to European countries further north in 2015, tightening security on French rivers is crucial. Duration: 01:56.

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Is this a baboon I see before me?

Take a classic Shakespeare play, change the setting to Africa, and throw in a troop of singing baboons -- and you might come up with something like the new Alexander McCall Smith opera. The Scottish author and creator of the much-loved Number 1 Ladies Detective Agency books has penned the libretto to a new musical which has its premiere in Botswana, as part of a plan to help foster native musical talents. Duration: 02:24.

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Karzai: I'm Not Outright Winner

Afghan President Karzai to speak publicly about the need to have a runoff election to determine the true people's choice.

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Afghanistan Election Fraud

President Obama is withholding a plan for the war in Afghanistan until the government sorts out presidential election fraud accusations. Bill Plante reports.

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Asthmatics and H1N1 Flu

Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed the dangerous combination of the H1N1 flu virus and Asthma as a preexisting condition.

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Housing Expected To Rise

A big jump over the summer as tax credit for first time homebuyer and there is an almost 4% increase in single-family home. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Push Dow Up

Apple and other big companies reported huge profits, sending the NYSE to its highest start this year, reports Jeff Glor.

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Friend Knew of 'Balloon' Plan

Harry Smith spoke with a former friend of Richard Heene who claims he heard Heene talk about the balloon stunt in the past.

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Jailed Tenn. Dad Speaks Out

Christopher Savoie talks to WTVF-TV in Tenn. Phil Williams about what really happened to him in Japan when he tried to take his children to U.S. soil.

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Big Banks' Losing Battle

Big banks could face 50 different state regulators. (Bloomberg News)

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New Evidence in Steve McNair Murder

CBS Exclusive: CBS News has blown open the murder case of NFL star Steve McNair, after cell phone records reveal a possible third party. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Earnings Watch - Caterpillar

Caterpillar's third quarter earnings per share of 64 cents and it says the output for the year will be down in the U.S. but the European output will be down by 4%. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Broker Dealer

Several companies report his week; Piper Jaffray stocks are up; Goldman Sachs bullish on broker dealers. (Bloomberg Edge)

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Bank Of America-Merrill Deal

Bank of America to proceed with its acquisition even after learning of losses at Merrill Lynch last year. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Pfizer

Pfizer's third quarter revenue is $4.8 billion. (Bloomberg News)

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Weekly Economic Insights: Job Creation Improves

Gallup's Job Creation Index rose to 4 last week, the most positive reading for this measure so far in 2009.

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Baby boom for Indian surrogate mothers

Each month, scores of infertile Western couples head to a small clinic in Gujarat state, where they can rent out wombs at five times less than it would cost them at home. For the Indian surrogate mothers, many of whom are illiterate and sign the contracts with thumb prints, it is a fast way to earn money to support their own families. Duration: 02:37

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Yahoo! 3Q Profit Up On Cost Cuts

Yahoo-Microsoft search and advertising partnership to take effect next year. (Asia Confidential)

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U.S. Earnings And Outlook

103 S&P companies have reported so far; Analysis and discussion with Portwood Capital Chairman Peter Churchhouse. (Asia Confidential)

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Housing Recovery

Caterpillar beats estimates and raises forecasts on signs of recovery. Housing fell to an annual rate of 590,000. (Asia Confidential)

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U.S. Earnings And Outlook

103 S&P 500 companies have reported so far; Analysis and discussion with Portwood Capital Chairman Peter Churchhouse. (The Trade)

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Housing Recovery

Caterpillar beats estimates and raises forecasts on signs of recovery. Housing fell to an annual rate of 590,000. (The Trade)

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