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Nasdaq in China

Nov 30, 2005
The race is on for stock markets eager to attract listings from China's fast emerging private companies. Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld gave a speech at a Chinese university known for its entrepreneurial graduates. Jocelyn Ford has more.
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Or you could just buy the entire Paris hotel

Nov 29, 2005
According to New York magazine, the partners at investment bank Goldman Sachs will be getting pretty decent Christmas bonuses. They're enormous, actually. Amy Scott went to find out how such a payday is even possible.
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If I had a million dollars...

Nov 29, 2005
What would you do with a investment banker's holiday windfall? Ashley Milne-Tyte asked some New Yorkers for their two cents.
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The Gold Bug takes off

Nov 29, 2005
Fears that inflation could stall economic growth have investors pushing up the price of precious metals. Alisa Roth reports.
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Nasdaq CEO in China

Nov 28, 2005
The head of the Nasdaq is in China today looking to entice Chinese companies to list on his exchange. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.
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David Johnson

Nov 25, 2005
Cheryl Glaser talked with Dallas stockbroker David Johnson about the holiday week in review, his amusement at what can cause a Wall Street rally these days, and his unique turkey marketing plan.
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David Johnson

Nov 18, 2005
Kai Ryssdal reviewed the week's news with David Johnson. Hear all about it, from AT&T's demise to David's holiday gift giving plans...
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Getting to know Ben

Nov 15, 2005
Ben Bernanke goes before the Senate Banking Committee today for the toughest job interview of his life, for Federal Reserve Chief. What will we learn about him? John Dimsdale has some ideas.
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Tussle at the NYSE

Nov 9, 2005
Dissident groups are attempting to forestall NYSE's efforts to acquire Archipelago electronic trading company. Alisa Roth reports.
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Guidant wants its shotgun wedding

Nov 7, 2005
Medical manufacturer Guidant is suing Johnson & Johnson, saying they should complete an agreed $25.4 billion takeover. Helen Palmer reports that J&J's foot dragging may be a bargaining tactic.
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