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Friday, October 23, 2009

Oil Prices Sends Stocks Lower

The weekly numbers are not that bad at all and major averages are unchanged for the week after lots of ups and downs from earnings. (Taking Stocks)

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Obama vs. Fox News

President Obama is raising eyebrows and the ire some of journalists with his feud against the Fox News Channel. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Child Fed Up with N-Word

An ambitious 11-year-old, Jonathan McCoy, has gained national focus for his desire to abolish one of the most controversial racial slurs in America. Byron Pitts reports from Atlanta.

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Update on 'Saving Luke'

60 Minute's Scott Pelley first reported on the story of Luke Duvall, a 15-year-old high school football player who fell severely ill with H1N1. Kelly Cobiella reports on Luke's current condition.

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Housing Market Comeback?

America's realtors reported that sales of used homes shot up nearly 9.5 percent in September. Anthony Mason reports on what the jump in sales may signify.

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'Missing Pilots' Probed

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched an investigation to determine why two Northwest Airlines pilots flew 150 miles past their target arrival. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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H1N1 on the Rise

New government figures show that the H1N1 flu is still on the rise. All but four states have widespread flu activity and children are particularly at risk. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

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Preview- Fighting for a Cure

More Americans are suffering from epilepsy than Parkinson's, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis combined. Katie Couric reports on a disease that may not be getting the attention it deserves.

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Notebook- Sec. Clinton

As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton's approval rating is at 65 percent, higher than both Michelle and President Barack Obama's. Katie Couric comments that even conservatives are changing their tune.

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Money & Sports - Possible NFL Return to L.A.

NFL Going Hollywood? - Interview with John Semcken of Majestic Realty (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Audi Amps It Up

Brasher & Brighter - Audi and Other Car Makers Introduce Luxury Sports New Models (Bloomberg News)

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Repossessed Autos Sell at Auctions

Madoff's Mercedez-Benz Sells for Over $14K; Sam Israel's RV Sold for Undisclosed Amount (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - FUBU

A Sea of Business Sharks - Interview with FUBU CEO Daymond John, Star of ABC's Shark Tank (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - New Jersey Swap Deal Backfires

New Jersey Rate Swap Mess - Roundtable Discussion with Former MSRB Executive Director Christopher "Kit" Taylor and Municipal Market Advisors CEO Thomas Doe (Bloomberg News)

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Jet Goes Missing, Pilots Asleep?

After air traffic controllers lost contact with Northwest Airlines flight 188 for over an hour, some experts are speculating weather the pilots fell asleep in the cockpit. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Backstage with Mo'Nique

Mo'Nique has established herself as a big and proud woman. Backstage at her BET show, she sent a message about what fuels her show and an invitation to the Sunday Morning audience.

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Bertinelli- Going the Distance

Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Valerie Bertinelli about her recent weight loss and her next major goal.

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Uniquely Mo'Nique

For two decades, Mo'Nique has been talking about being a plus-size woman in a thin world. She shares how she came up with her message of being big and proud of it.

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Market Close 10.23

S&P Falls 1.2%; Dow Falls 1.1%; Nasdaq Falls Less Than 1%; Rail CEOs Cautious on Rebound, Sending Shares Lower; Amazon.com Reported Profit Estimates That Beat Analyst Expectations; T. Rowe Price Earnings Beat Estimates, Shares Rise 10.5%; S&P Has Soared Since March Low; Whisper Numbers Unfair? (Bloomberg News)

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Cheney Criticizes Obama

October 22nd, 2009: During a banquet in Washington, D.C., former U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney criticized the handling of the War in Afghanistan.

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In-Depth Look - $1 Million Bill

Dollar Denomination (Bloomberg News)

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Islamic radio takes off in North Africa

In 2007, a new radio station hit the airwaves - Radio Zeituna, or the "olive tree". The station is 100 percent Islamic, featuring religious songs, Koran readings and interviews with religious leaders. It also highlights the resurgence of religious feeling in Tunisia, where mosques are full and locals are proud of their open, tolerant practice of Islam. Duration: 02:05

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Disfigured Iraq veteran's portrait on display in Washington

After surviving an explosion while serving in Iraq, retired army Sergeant Richard Yarosh, 27, was left severely disfigured, his face covered in scar tissue. Now, his portrait is hanging in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Duration 00:33

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Sarkozy slander trial ends

The Paris trial of former French prime minister Dominique de Villepin and four others accused of plotting to derail Nicolas Sarkozy's bid for the presidency ended on Friday. Judges said they would hand down their verdict on January 28 in the politically explosive case, in which Villepin claims to be the victim of a personal vendetta by the French president. The 55-year-old diplomat is charged with conspiring in 2004 to discredit Sarkozy with falsified documents, while the pair were jostling to succeed president Jacques Chirac. Duration: 01:02

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Update - Billionaire's Nets Bid

Prokhorov Already in Celebratory Mood, Reportedly Spends $19K Just on Lunch (Bloomberg News)

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30 Guitars in 30 Days

Shira Lazar chatted with Tomo Mili?evi? of the band 30 Seconds to Mars via webcam about their new promotional contest.

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Friday Grill- Katie Lee

Adam "The Audience Guy" grilled author Katie Lee on her favorite foods, her new book and her cooking inspiration.

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UrbanEye- Rock Out The Lazy Way

Melena Ryzik gets the most out of CMJ using a radical new method; staying put.

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Survey Says - Hottest Homebuyer Markets

Interview with ZipReality President/CEO Joseph Lashinsky (Bloomberg News)

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Statistical Spotlight 10.23

It's a Bargain! Stocks to Watch - Wendy's, Apollo Investments, Dynegy (Bloomberg News)

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The Skinny on Sumo

Big doesn't necessarily mean unhealthy. Just look at Japan's Sumo wrestlers, who prove you don't need to eat a high fat diet to bulk up. See more this Sunday Morning.

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In-Depth Look - Feinberg's Pay Plan

Reaction with Douglas Elliott of Brookings Institution (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - E-Readers on the Way

E-Reader Sales Forecast Up 50% (Bloomberg News)

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Medicare Fraud

Billions of dollars are being stolen from Medicare each year. Steve Kroft spoke to one man who got caught and explained how he managed to bilk the system. 60 Minutes, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Inside Look - 40th Annual NYC Marathon

Interview with New York Roadrunners President/CEO Mary Wittenberg (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Civil War Over Bonds

The Law of Liberty Bonds (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Changes in Derivatives

Derivatives Clearing - Analysis and Discussion with Michael Wong of Morningstar (Bloomberg News)

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Feinberg Talks Pay Cuts (Part 2)

Live! From George Washington University in Washington D.C. - Obama Executive Pay Master Kenneth Feinberg Speaks on Pay Cut Plan (Bloomberg News)

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African leaders seek ways to help tide of refugees

African leaders finish a two-day summit Friday, after landmark discussions to improve the plight of 17 million displaced people and refugees on the world's poorest and most war-prone continent. African Union Commission chairman Jean Ping said the huge numbers of people who had fled their homes posed a threat to Africa's stability. Duration 00:51

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Tyler Perry's Cubby Hole

When abuse at home got too much, Tyler Perry tells Byron Pitts he had a cubby hole where he'd hide for hours.

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Feinberg Talks Pay Cuts (Part 1)

Live! From George Washington University in Washington D.C. - Obama Executive Pay Master Kenneth Feinberg Speaks on Pay Cut Plan (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Traveling for a Cure

Interview with Medical Tourism Association President Renee-Marie Stephano (Bloomberg News)

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Earn More, Eat More

With Cash Comes Calories (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Microsoft

Microsoft Beats Estimates - Interview with CFO Chris Liddell (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Turning Buzz Into Bucks

Social Networking Ads - Interview with PHD Media Director Lance Neuhauser (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Recession Proof

BSkyB Subscriber Growth Shows No Slump While Revenues Continue to Rise (InBusiness)

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Inside Look - Galleon Lessons

Regulating Hedge Funds - Analysis and Discussion with Edward Siedle of Benchmark Financial Services (InBusiness)

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The Currency Report - British Pound

The Pound Falls on Disappointing U.K. GDP Report (InBusiness)

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More Perspective - Britain Still in Recession

Interview with Former Bank of England Policymaker Willem Buiter (InBusiness)

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Tough times for Uganda's internal refugees

It's been three and a half years since the last brutal attacks by the Lords Resistance army on internally displaced person camps in northern Uganda. While many have returned to their homes, the most helpless remain. Those who stayed behind - especially the elderly- fear the return home may never happen. Duration: 02:08

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Queen guitarist goes to the third dimension

Brian May, the Queen guitarist and expert astronomer, has ventured into another dimension, bringing the idyllic world of 1850s rural England back to life in vivid colour 3D. The 62-year-old rock star's childhood fascination with three-dimensional pictures set him on a lifetime's quest to find an unknown village captured by the equally mysterious Victorian photographer T. R. Williams. Duration: 01:36

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Spotlight - Trend Micro

Tech Re-Boot - Interview with Trend Micro CEO Eva Chen (InBusiness)

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International Perspective - Brown's Political Setback

Britain Still in Recession as UK Economy Shrinks 0.4% - Analysis and Discussion with Robin Marshall of Smith & Williamson (InBusiness)

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In-Depth Look - Fed's Bank-Pay Guidelines

Analysis and discussion with Gary Burtless of Brookings Institution; Largest banks must align pay with Fed's guidelines. (Bloomberg News)

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Earn More, Eat More

With people making more money, we see emerging markets where there is an increase in demand and that will have an impact on the grain market. (Bloomberg News)

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Business News Briefs

New Jersey Swap Backfires; Secrecy Agreement Fight; Immelt to Meet Sarkozy (InBusiness)

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Trader Talk - Where Will Volatility Index Go Today?

Analysis and Discussion with Noah Warsaw of Group One Trading (InBusiness)

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In-Depth Look - Housing Market Outlook

Analysis and discussion with Senior Economist of Westpac Banking Corporation James Shugg; Existing home sales today, the highest in two years and resales jump 9.4% to 5.57 million rate. (Bloomberg News)

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Housing Outlook - Existing Home Sales Highest in Two Years

Analysis and Discussion with James Shugg of Westpac Banking Corp (InBusiness)

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Inside Look - Bernanke Takes Questions

Live! Coverage from Boston: Fed Chairman Bernanke talks about Fed continuing to be a systematic risk regulator and talks about the financial industry and he also says Congress has to close any regulatory gaps. (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Olympia Snowe- Another Yes?

Report and analysis with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News; She does not guarantee she will vote the same way when health care comes to the Senate floor. (Bloomberg News)

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Homemade Halloween Costumes

Scholastic magazine's Sara Sinek showed Maggie Rodriguez some creative ideas for great homemade Halloween costumes.

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Harvesting Your Home Garden

With the winter months fast approaching, Harry Smith spoke to master gardener William Moss about what to harvest from your home garden this late in the year.

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Easing Back Pain

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Norman Marcus about tips for preventing and easing back pain.

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Sweat Lodge Survivor Story

Beverley Bunn, Arizona sweat lodge ceremony survivor, spoke to Harry Smith about her memories of the tragic ordeal, and her feelings of abandonment by spiritual guru James Arthur Ray.

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Fed to Regulate Bank Salaries

After President Obama blasted banks for employee bonuses, the Federal Reserve said it will crack down on lavish salaries for bank executives. Chip Reid reports.

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48 Hours Mystery Preview- Haunted

In a preview for 48 Hours Mystery "Haunted," a daughter believes she knows who killed her father seven years ago. Harold Dow reports Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Market Open 10.23

Housing numbers are important; Caterpillar needs to expand; some weaknesses in the multinationals like American Express. (Bloomberg News)

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Sarkozy's son renounces plum post

French president Nicolas Sarkozy's son Jean at the centre of a bitter row over alleged nepotism has abandoned his bid for a job managing the country's wealthiest business district. His decision has been welcomed by both the left and the right. Duration: 01:57

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Is Shouting the New Spanking?

With some parenting Web sites now referring to shouting as the new spanking, Hattie Kauffman reports on the parental struggle to find a politically correct discipline.

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Michael Jackson's "This Is It"

The Michael Jackson documentary "This Is It" opens in theaters next week just four months after the king of pop's death. Harry Smith spoke to director Kenny Ortega about making the film.

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Search for Virginia Tech Student

Police are investigating the disappearance of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington after she attended a Metallica concert. Chris Wragge spoke with her parents.

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Germs on the Job

Kelly Wallace tested the CBS newsroom for invisible germs that may be making employees sick.

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In-Depth Look - Netflix To Get Studio Deal?

Analysis and discussion with Chief Investment Officer of Firsthand Capital Management Kevin Landis; Netflix and other several studios are in talks with Hollywood studios to delay rentals on new movies in favor of a sale-only period. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Time For $1M Bill?

Report and analysis with David Reilly of Bloomberg News; There is a lot of fear about where the dollar goes but as we continue to print, we might need a $1 million bill. (Bloomberg News)

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Update- Hot Morning Movers

Amazon.com and Sunpower Corporation up. (Bloomberg News)

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Pakistani military faces toughest challenge

Pakistan faces one of its toughest military tests against the militants to date in waging its ground assault in South Waziristan, part of the lawless tribal belt where Al-Qaeda and Taliban networks are allegedly plotting attacks. Almost 30,000 troops are taking part in the offensive against an estimated 10-12,000 militants. But why is Waziristan such a tough challenge?Duration: 02:13

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In-Depth Look - Credit Default Swaps

Analysis and discussion with Former New York State Insurance Superintendent Eric Dinallo; Banks that get subsidies need to have a better tone; Real problem is not compensation, but structure. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Valuing Bank Warrants

Analysis and discussion with Professor Robert Jarrow of Cornell University; Valuations of these warrants are among the most controversial aspects of TARP program. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Valuing Bank Warrants

Analysis and discussion with Professor Robert Jarrow of Cornell University; Valuations of these warrants are among the most controversial aspects of TARP program. (Bloomberg News)

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Savile Row tailors fight for reputation

London's Savile Row is famous for being the home of fine tailoring. But traditional tailors who continue to make suits by hand are facing competition from rival boutiques offering cut-price garments. Now a group of bespoke tailors are campaigning to get their craft registered as a trademark. Duration: 01:46

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Earnings Watch - Honeywell

Honeywell has 80 cents per share. It boosts free cash flow view; third quarter sales is $7.7 billion. (Bloomberg News)

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Africa's greatest hotel now Mozambique squat

At the heart of Mozambique's general election on October 28 is the fight against poverty, a fundamental issue in a country where 78 percent of people live on less than two dollars a day. In the town of Beira, some 3,500 people have been living at the "Grand Hotel", a giant open air squat that was once one of Africa's most luxurious destinations. Duration:02:06

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Update- World Markets

S&P 500 up only half of a percent; Asian stocks close higher, Hyundai Motors' gains triple; Europe markets advance to their third weekly gains. (Bloomberg News)

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A very special drum circle

Music therapy has been found to help some sufferers of Alzheimer's disease, as well as their family and caregivers. In one home for Alzheimer's and dementia patients, residents take up drumming and singing as a means of connecting to others in the midst of these isolating illnesses. Duration: 01:48

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Staged for Sale

Meridith Baer, a house stager, prepares a two-bedroom Los Angeles home for the real estate market.

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Somer's Mom Wants Justice

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Diena Thompson about the murder of her daughter, 7-year-old Somer Thompson.

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Record Raids for DEA

More than 300 people were arrested nationwide in an anti-drug raid targeting the violent Mexican drug cartel 'La Familia.' Mark Strassman reports on the biggest DEA operation in history.

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Hunt for Somer's Killer

Police are confident they will find the person who killed 7-year-old Somer Thompson and dumped her body in a Ga. landfill. Don Teague reports.

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And The Winner Is...

A teenager from Norway wins the Monopoly World Championship and brings home $20,580. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Whirlpool

Whirlpool boosts 2009 forecasts and its third quarter per share is $1.15 which beats analysts' estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Six Quarters Of Contraction

Analysis and discussion with Deputy Editor of Lex Financial Times John Paul Rathbone; GDP of U.K. comes in much weaker than expected and Bank of England may extend bond purchase. (Bloomberg News)

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Sands Raises New Capital

Las Vegas Sands looks for $2 billion to start their projects in Macau. (Bloomberg News)

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Sands Raise New Capital

Las Vegas Sands look for $2 billion to start their projects in Macau. (Bloomberg News)

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Update- Wall Street Pay Crackdown

Fed launches a sweeping review of payment for bankers and the Obama administration cuts compensation of the seven firms that receive biggest bailouts. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Schlumberger

The oil-field services company is 65 cents a share, able to beat estimates and its third quarter revenue is $5.43 billion. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - FX- Rise Of Retail

Analysis and discussion with Richard Repetto of Sandler O'Neill; Business booms for companies that let individuals trade for currencies, technologies and advertisements. (Bloomberg News)

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New Jersey's Bad Deal

The state of New Jersey pays $1 million for protection against rising interest rates. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Microsoft

Microsoft reports earnings today and the results follow yesterday's flashy launch for Windows 7. (Bloomberg News)

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Update- U.K. Economy Still In Recession

U.K. third quarter GDP drops 0.4%; Economists predict a 0.2% gain; U.K. GDP falls six quarters; Pound slides after U.K GDP report. (Bloomberg News)

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Fiesta Networking

KFC wants to give a proposal to social networking but the demand is greater than its supply; Ford Motor gets hip to social networking. (Bloomberg News)

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Flash In The Pan

Blind leads the blind with social networking and they expect to see a rise in advertising and spending. (Bloomberg News)

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Feinberg Fallout

White House says all companies should adopt the pay cut model. (Bloomberg News)

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Citi Leads Lobbying List

Citigroup owes $45 billion in TARP money but it hires more lobbyists than any other company. (Bloomberg News)

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80% Of Companies Beat Estimates

80% of the companies in the S&P 500 beat estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Amazon Set To Break Record

Amazon set to break Dot-com record as profit tops estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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U.K. Economy Unexpectedly Shrinks

The British economy shrinks for the second straight quarter which makes this the longest recession ever. (Bloomberg News)

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Chinese Banks- Good, Bad Or Ugly?

China Construction Banks kicks off and outperforms its benchmark. (Asia Confidential)

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AMEX and Amazon Beats the Street

Amazon beats analysts' expectation; American Express expresses optimism. (Asia Confidential)

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Evening News Online, 10.22.09

Thursday: A CBS News Exclusive report investigates DEA raids on Mexican drug cartels operating in Atlanta; Also, an alarming teen suicide trend emerges; And, Twitter brings notice to snack carts.

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ASEAN Summit Focuses on Human Rights

Human rights will be the main focus of the ASEAN Summit this weekend in Thailand. (The Trade)

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Vergottis on Baltic Dry Index

Tufton Oceanic Ltd Research director Andreas Vergottis says Baltic Dry index to fall 70% next year on increased supply. (The Trade)

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More On The Galleon Groups Investigation

More on the investigation of the Galleon Groups founder Rajaratnam which includes the ex-employee who may be "Tipper A". (The Trade)

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Study Shows Companies On Headlines Shows Decline On Stocks

Study shows that companies with high readership shows lower returns against the ones who keep a low profile. (The Trade)

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