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Forcing Morocco's press into red ink

| Mar 24, 2006
Morocco doesn't have the same reputation for political persecution that other Arab countries do. But the country's king allows only minimal opposition. As John Laurenson reports, one strategy the country uses is to fine opposition newspapers into bankruptcy.
Posted In: Canada

The Week on Wall Street

| Mar 24, 2006
The Dow is near record highs and Google is about to become part of the S&P 500. Host Kai Ryssdal talks with Dallas stockbroker David Johnson about how the markets are shaping up.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

CEO . . . and chairman of the Bard?

| Mar 24, 2006
Life in the corner office can have its moments of high drama. That's why a new training seminar for chief executives uses Shakespeare to teach management lessons. Sean Cole has the story.

The next NFL commish

Scott Jagow | Mar 24, 2006
ESPN.com editor Michael Knisley talks to host Scott Jagow about the challenges facing the successor to outgoing NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue.
Posted In: Sports

DVD vs. silver screen

| Mar 24, 2006
Daily Variety editor Michael Speier talks to host Mark Austin Thomas about the profitability of movies on DVD versus those shown in theaters.

Ecuadorian free trade

Dan Grech | Mar 24, 2006
While trade officials from Ecuador meet with US counterparts in Washington today, protesters back home fear losing their way of life. Dan Grech reports.

Intel vs. AMD

Paddy Hirsch | Mar 24, 2006
Patrick Hirsch looks at what Dell's plans to buy gaming computer maker Alienware could mean for the computer processing chip industry.

Tax information security

Hilary Wicai | Mar 24, 2006
A proposed IRS rule change has some consumer advocates worried that US taxpayer information could be sold to the highest bidder. Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Washington

Microsoft shakeup

Stacey Vanek Smith | Mar 24, 2006
The man who helped develop many of Microsoft's popular Office products has been tapped to head the troubled unit responsible for creating new versions of Windows operating platforms. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.

EU is into leather tax on China

Jocelyn Ford | Mar 24, 2006
The European Union plans to roll out a new tax on leather shoes from China. It will start at 5% and climb to 20% by the fall. Jocelyn Ford has reaction from Beijing.

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