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Exploring cause of satellite collision

Stephen Beard | Feb 12, 2009
Commercial satellite companies are assessing the impact of a collision in space where a Russian craft destroyed an American communications satellite. Stephen Beard reports on the need to monitor space junk.
Posted In: Russia, Science
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Deadline nearing for GM, Chrysler

| Feb 16, 2009
GM and Chrysler have until tomorrow to submit their viability and loan payback plans to the federal government. The companies are expected to cut costs, cut jobs and cut down on union benefits. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Auto
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Croon away your financial troubles

| Feb 16, 2009
Musician and writer Andy Sacks got together with some of his jazz-loving friends for a "recession session," and wrote a song to reflect on the times.
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Colorado goes after California workers

| Feb 13, 2009
California is hurting in this economy, and Colorado is capitalizing. The Centennial State is mounting a Valentine-themed campaign to lure California companies out of the Golden State. Rob Schmitz reports.
Posted In: Jobs
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Straight Story: Stimulus a step forward

Chris Farrell and Tess Vigeland | Feb 13, 2009
Economists have been sparring for weeks over the merits of the stimulus package. Tess Vigeland talks to our Economics Editor Chris Farrell, who tells us why he thinks the stimulus package is a good thing.
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Microsoft stores coming soon near you

| Feb 13, 2009
Microsoft is gearing up to launch retail stores worldwide to build product buzz and connect with consumers. Will the company be able to re-brand itself to appeal to a larger audience? Mitchell Hartman reports.
Posted In: Retail, Science
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Interview Transcript: Julia Stewart

| Sep 25, 2008
CONVERSATIONS FROM THE CORNER OFFICE: CEO and Chairwoman, DineEquity Inc.
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Got something to say?

| Feb 13, 2009
Tess Vigeland reads listener e-mails on long-term investing, "do-it-yourself disasters," and an idea to mandate that all members of Congress do their own taxes with pencil, paper and calculator.
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Where Wall Street meets baseball

| Feb 16, 2009
When the economy throws us a curve ball, some people begin to use baseball language to describe the markets. Steve Chiotakis talks to Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan about whether, like A-Rod, we really need Wall Street.
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Reflecting on the Beckham effect

| Feb 16, 2009
At one point, soccer superstar David Beckham was the U.S.'s hottest import. But did his stint playing for the LA Galaxy ultimately help U.S. soccer? Steve Chiotakis talks to business of sports commentator Diana Nyad.
Posted In: Sports

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