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DECEMBER 10, 2007  —  MEDIA CENTRIC
Media Predictions for 2008
The future promises loss, revenge, surprise...or something like that

DECEMBER 6, 2007  —  TOP NEWS
Billionaire Marriages: Why Get Hitched?
With Google CEO Larry Page's wedding planned for Dec. 8, BusinessWeek takes a look at what billionaires risk when they tie the knot

DECEMBER 6, 2007  —  TECHNOLOGY
Bad Time for Biometrics
Talk that troubled VeriFone may acquire the doubly troubled Pay By Touch, a leader in point-of-sale fingerprint payments, has turned to murmurs

DECEMBER 6, 2007  —  ECONOMIC FOCUS -- FROM ACTION ECONOMICS
Jobs: A November Surprise?
The ADP November employment survey showed surprising job growth. If federal payroll data do the same, the Fed may not feel the need for a bigger rate cut

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  ENERGY
Why the Hot Money's on Cheaper Oil
After months of betting on an increase in oil prices, some speculators now see a new downward trend

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  TECHNOLOGY
Ticketmaster's Hail Mary Pass
Amid IAC's breakup drama, the ticketing giant wants to be the NFL's official reseller

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  TELECOM
Are Comcast's Woes a Harbinger?
Reduced forecasts by the top cable provider may be a sign of interference ahead for a broad range of communications providers

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  STOCKS IN THE NEWS
Jones Soda: On Ice
Once a stock market phenomenon, the soft-drink maker quickly lost its fizz. Now its CEO and founder is leaving

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  TREASURY MARKET WATCH
Treasury Prices Fall
Treasury Prices Fall

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  INDUSTRY IN FOCUS
Will Consumer Credit Feel the Crunch?
Rising delinquencies on credit cards suggest that problems in the U.S. mortgage market may be spreading to consumer lenders

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  S&P STOCK PICKS AND PANS
S&P Stock Picks and Pans: Comcast, NYSE Euronext, Fannie Mae, EDS
Analysts' opinions on stocks in the news

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  WORD ON THE STREET
Analyst Actions: Comcast, Collective Brands, Adolor
Opinions on various stocks on Wednesday

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  MARKET SNAPSHOT
Stocks Rally on Data, Mortgage News
Encouraging reports on labor and productivity, and word of a plan to aid distressed U.S. homeowners, lifted equities Wednesday

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  MARKET MOVERS
Movers: Genentech, MBIA, AIG, Comcast, Collective Brands
Wednesday's stocks in the news

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  SMART ANSWERS
Businesses Reconsider the Holiday Handout
Two surveys find fewer small-business owners plan to offer gifts and parties this season. Another finding: employees prefer cold, hard cash

DECEMBER 5, 2007  —  BW CHICAGO
PotBelly Sandwich Hungers for Growth
The private, Chicago-based snack purveyor will have 195 outlets by yearend. But can it keep expanding without losing that quirky, homemade feel?

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  TOP NEWS
Capitol Battle over Credit Cards
While legislators like Carl Levin want to crack down on the credit-card industry's practices, company execs warn of unforeseen consequences

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  TOP NEWS
Opening Statement of Senator Carl Levin
Chairman, U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations Hearing: Credit Card Practices: Unfair Interest Rate Increases

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  THE ENVIRONMENT
The Real Costs of Saving the Planet
Critics say limiting carbon emissions could cost trillions. But a new study suggests the costs are much lower

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  TOP NEWS
Global Capital's New Direction
In a shift, developing markets like China and Brazil are now ponying up big-league cash to acquire U.S. and European assets

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  TECHNOLOGY
John Malone Eyes Ticketmaster
Malone's Liberty Media is dropping hints it may focus on the ticketing company as its payoff in Barry Diller's proposed IAC breakup

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  PRODUCT REVIEW
Philips' New LCD TV: Fuzzy Feelings
The 42-in. TV is easy to set up and operate and has plenty of inputs, but the picture doesn't stand up to sets from Samsung or Sharp

DECEMBER 4, 2007  —  NEWSMAKER Q&A
Benioff Sounds Off
In an interview, the outspoken CEO of Salesforce.com discusses customers, cash, and competitors—including his former boss at Oracle, Larry Ellison


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