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Will Windows 7 be a hit?

Oct 22, 2009
Kara Swisher, editor of the Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital, talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about what she thinks of Windows 7, and how its release might impact PC sales.
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Google may dip into selling music

Oct 22, 2009
There are reports that Google will soon launch a music search service with links to videos, song previews -- and a way to buy songs. Jennifer Collins reports.
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Will replacing Vista kick up PC sales?

Oct 20, 2009
Microsoft is updating its operating system, replacing Vista with Windows 7. But will the move help boost sales? Bob Moon reports.
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Wal-Mart, Amazon in book price war

Oct 16, 2009
Wal-Mart has slashed prices on 10 of the most popular hardcover book titles. The store is aiming at Amazon's core business before the holiday-shopping season. Steve Henn reports.
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What Google's earnings can tell us

Oct 15, 2009
Analysts are expecting good news when Google announces its quarterly earnings. Advertising spending overall is in the dumps, but the market for online search ads is improving. Joel Rose reports.
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Traders floored by technology

Oct 15, 2009
James Allen Smith, director of the documentary "Floored," talks with Steve Chiotakis about his film, which explores the intersection of technology and tradition.
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Bloomberg sees biz mag helping brand

Oct 14, 2009
The Bloomberg news service is buying BusinessWeek for an estimated -- and paltry -- $5 million. It hopes the magazine will help it reach an audience outside the world of hardcore financial news and data. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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'Book of Odds' gives eye-opening stats

Oct 14, 2009
Want to know what the odds are you'll survive two atomic bombs? How about more specific odds about yourself? The new Web site "Book of Odds" allows you to get up and personal about your own statistics. Bob Moon talks to founder Amram Shapiro.
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Facebook to discern companies, fans

Oct 13, 2009
Facebook is home to hundreds of pages dedicated to companies and products, and lots of them look official. But how do you separate real pages from pages established by fans? The social networking giant is going to find out. Alisa Roth reports.
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Newscorp, AP put a price on the news

Oct 9, 2009
Newscorp and the Associated Press say they will be putting a price on their news content and stepping up efforts to go after people who use it without paying. Senior Business Correspondent Bob Moon reports.
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