Aug 22, 2007
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The government-owned holding company Dubai World is going to take a minority slice of MGM Mirage's hotel and gaming enterprise for $5 billion. Dubai World's been on a buying spree of late. Lisa Napoli reports.
The mortgage industry can't come up with cash. Mortgage companies are laying people off — or worse, going bankrupt. But investors are smiling on one slice of the mortgage market, the good, old-fashioned thrift. Jill Barshay reports.
States are trying to force sites like Myspace and Facebook to come up with ways to verify their members are a minimum age. Kai Ryssdal talks with Victoria Barret at Forbes magazine to find out what that might do to…
Relative calm has settled in the stock markets. But there are still some unsettling noises coming from the housing and mortgage industries. Recently, tens of thousands of people in the lending business have lost their jobs. Bob Moon reports.
It used to be that Spanish-speaking singers would occasionally cross over into America's English-language charts. Now, English-speaking artists are looking to deliver their songs in Spanish. Ambar Espinoza reports.
President Bush's speech today to the VFW is the opening volley in a White House campaign to build support for keeping troops in Iraq. And, as Steve Henn reports, the president will have some well-financed allies backing him up.
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