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Lessons from Enron

Jan 23, 2006
Newsweek Wall Street Editor Allan Sloan tells host Scott Jagow the biggest lesson from the Enron debacle isn't the dangers of corporate corruption; it's the need to protect employees and their 401(k)s.
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The reliability of computerized exchanges

Jan 20, 2006
While the NASDAQ and the Japanese stock market attempt to sort out the computer glitches that have disrupted trading recently, some market watchers are starting to question the headlong rush to computerized trading. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

Citigroup's trading venue

Jan 18, 2006
Look out, New York Stock Exchange. Move over, NASDAQ. Citigroup is starting its own electronic trading venue. Alisa Roth has more from New York.
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Fourth quarter earnings

Jan 17, 2006
Companies begin reporting their fourth quarter earnings statements in earnest this week. Bob Moon tells us what to expect.
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Mergers and breakups

Jan 16, 2006
Last year set a record for mergers and acquisitions, but companies like Viacom are reversing that trend by breaking into parts. Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan tells host Scott Jagow that either way, investment bankers make a ton of money.
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A big honkin' settlement for AIG

Jan 13, 2006
Last May, the New York Attorney General filed a lawsuit against the insurance giant AIG, accusing AIG of fudging its accounting to make its results look better than they were. Now, a settlement may be in the works. Alisa Roth tells us how more than $1 billion may wipe the slate clean.
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Inflated fears about inflation?

Jan 13, 2006
The Labor Department announced today that the Producer Price Index, which tracks what manufacturers and stores pay, climbed 5.4% last year - the biggest jump in 15 years. So why is Gus Foucher of Moody's economy.com so calm?
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

David Johnson checks in

Jan 13, 2006
Dallas stockbroker checks in with host Cheryl Glaser about the week on Wall Street.
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Salary flap

Jan 10, 2006
Skyrocketing executive pay has dogged corner offices since the corporate scandals of the first part of the decade. Now the SEC is considering a major overhaul of executive pay disclosure rules. Bob Moon reports.
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Bedore predicts for 2006...

Jan 9, 2006
The year's only a week old, but prognosticators are already figuring out what lies ahead in 2006. At least one market analyst's betting the Dow will hit 13,000. But comedian/commentator Tim Bedore thinks most economic predictions tend to be wrong. He's got a few of his own...
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

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