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Allan Sloan on the ports dilemma

Mar 6, 2006
Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan tells host Scott Jagow his simple solution to the flap over Dubai Ports World.
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The Week on Wall Street

Feb 24, 2006
Time for our regular end of week check-in with stock broker David Johnson.
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Wall Street Journal restructuring

Feb 23, 2006
While print publications and the Internet seem like two media at odds, Dow Jones doesn't think so. It's announced it will be joining the print and online versions of the Wall Street Journal into one business unit. Curt Nickisch has more.
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Wal-Mart earnings

Feb 21, 2006
The world's largest retailer posts its 4th quarter earnings today. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports that they're expected to be below what analysts had hoped.
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The city of brotherly love... and money

Feb 20, 2006
In his book "The First Wall Street," Robert Wright notes that in colonial days, Philadelphia was home to the nation's treasury, its first stock exchange, and some big insurance companies. Cheryl Glaser talks to him about what made the city so attractive to financial types.
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Bullish on fun financial metaphors

Feb 20, 2006
Sure, we know the Dow doesn't really flirt with 11,000. But what harm is there in having a little fun when we do the numbers? Scott Tong reports on the pitfalls of metaphor.
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BlackRock deal

Feb 20, 2006
Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan discusses the Merrill Lynch/BlackRock mega deal, and what it means to investors, with host Scott Jagow.
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The Week on Wall Street

Feb 17, 2006
Kai Ryssdal checks in with Dallas stock broker David Johnson about the week on Wall Street.
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Investing in disaster

Feb 16, 2006
One of Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms will invest $200 million into a pandemic and bio-defense fund. The VC fund also invested in Google and Amazon. Helen Palmer looks into whether its latest idea has legs.
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Pickier NASDAQ

Feb 16, 2006
Looking to compete head-on with the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ will implement stricter requirements on which publicly traded companies it will list. Alisa Roth has more.
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