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Last update: 2011-04-08

The Business Week, April 8, 2011

2011-04-08
Length: 47m 5s

Governors Jerry Brown and Andrew Cuomo are off to strikingly different starts…

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The Business Week, April 1, 2011

2011-04-01
Length: 46m 45s

Can Japan's disaster really have so little effect on the global economy?…

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The Business Week, March 25, 2011

2011-03-25
Length: 47m 24s

Libya's fallow billions…

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The Business Week, March 18, 2011

2011-03-18
Length: 46m 32s

How the disasters in Japan will affect the crippled Asian nation - and the world…

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The Business Week, March 11, 2011

2011-03-11
Length: 47m 6s

Steve Jobs: Apple and Samsung are frenemies…

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The Business Week, March 4, 2011

2011-03-04
Length: 46m 53s

The Bull Whisperer: Sallie Krawcheck and the art of the cross-sell…

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The Business Week, Feb. 25, 2011

2011-02-28
Length: 47m 31s

Green Mountain: a Costly Cup of Coffee…

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The Business Week, Feb. 18, 2011

2011-02-18
Length: 47m 25s

I'll Have My Robots Talk to Your Robots…

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The Business Week, Feb. 11, 2011

2011-02-11
Length: 46m 19s

Barbie and Ken make up…

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The Business Week, Feb. 4, 2011

2011-02-04
Length: 46m 56s

The fallacy of Facebook diplomacy…

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The Business Week, Jan. 28, 2011

2011-01-31
Length: 46m 23s

Are you ready for football?…

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The Business Week, Jan. 21, 2011

2011-01-21
Length: 47m 23s

Corporations come back to the Super Bowl…

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The Business Week, Jan. 14, 2011

2011-01-14
Length: 46m 58s

Marilyn Monroe and others are resurrected by marketers…

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The Business Week, Jan. 7, 2011

2011-01-07
Length: 48m 2s

Facebook's $450 million deal with Goldman Sachs…

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The Business Week, Dec. 17, 2010

2010-12-22
Length: 1h 18m 12s

Bloomberg Business Year in Review…

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The Business Week, Dec 10, 2010

2010-12-10
Length: 47m 35s

Will viewers follow Oprah to cable? OMG! It's a Text From Grandma…

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The Business Week, Nov. 24, 2010

2010-11-24
Length: 47m 37s

Revenge of the Mad Men, Lingerie Football League…

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The Business Week, Nov. 12, 2010

2010-11-12
Length: 47m 20s

The best business schools in 2010…

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The Business Week, Nov. 5, 2010

2010-11-05
Length: 49m 47s

Midterm elections, the new new Marc Andreessen…

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The Business Week, Oct. 29, 2010

2010-10-29
Length: 47m 13s

Lost in space, legalizing marijuana…

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The Business Week, Oct. 22, 2010

2010-10-22
Length: 46m 41s

Google's taxes, for-profit, socially conscious social network…

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The Business Week, Oct. 15, 2010

2010-10-15
Length: 49m 15s

Foreclosure, pensions, Microsoft's killer app?…

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The Business Week, Oct. 8, 2010

2010-10-08
Length: 47m 45s

High-speed rail, $1000 iPad case?…

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The Business Week, Oct. 1, 2010

2010-10-01
Length: 47m 22s

Buick, financially strapped colleges…

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The Business Week, Sept. 24, 2010

2010-09-24
Length: 47m 25s

The Fed, Obama, BMW, Breadwinners…

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The Business Week, Sept. 17, 2010

2010-09-17
Length: 37m 24s

Bank mergers, investor pessimism, Netflix…

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The Business Week, Sept. 10, 2010

2010-09-10
Length: 46m 8s

Facebook, Stockpickers, Burger King…

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The Business Week, Aug. 27, 2010

2010-08-27
Length: 52m 8s

Gloomy housing, GM's new CEO…

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The Business Week, Aug. 20, 2010

2010-08-20
Length: 21m 14s

HP's CEO Resigns, Apple's iPad, Volcanoes in Iceland, BP…

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The Business Week, Aug. 13, 2010

2010-08-13
Length: 48m 13s

Time for growth at HP, Extreme Moneyball…

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The Business Week, Aug. 6, 2010

2010-08-06
Length: 46m 57s

Long-term unemployment, for-profit colleges, Facebook's lawsuit…

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The Business Week, July 30, 2010

2010-07-30
Length: 46m 32s

The Inflation Divide; Disney Chases Digital…

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The Business Week, July 23, 2010

2010-07-23
Length: 46m 18s

Consumer Reports vs. Apple, GameStop's survival plan…

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The Business Week, July 16, 2010

2010-07-16
Length: 45m 59s

Gen Y's empty piggy bank, GM's IPO, Coke's World Cup song…

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The Business Week, July 9, 2010

2010-07-09
Length: 46m 42s

Financial problems at Fannie Mae, Mc Donald's marketing, corruption in China…

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The Business Week, Mar. 26, 2010

2010-03-26
Length: 15m 14s

Health reform costs, Google, housing woes…

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The Business Week, Mar. 12, 2010

2010-03-12
Length: 14m 56s

Greek debt, AIG shrinks, TV's future…

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The Business Week, Mar. 5, 2010

2010-03-06
Length: 15m 1s

Jobs stall, Apple sues, a $618,616 death…

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The Business Week, Feb. 26, 2010

2010-02-26
Length: 16m 3s

Health care, the recovery, Buffett…

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The Business Week, Feb. 19, 2010

2010-02-19
Length: 13m 48s

Stimulus, China's growth, Angela Merkel…

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The Business Week, Feb. 12, 2010

2010-02-12
Length: 9m 12s

Google's moves, auto recalls, Greek debt…

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The Business Week, Feb. 5, 2010

2010-02-05
Length: 14m 19s

Obama's budget, jobs stall, iPhone woes…

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The Business Week, Jan. 29, 2010

2010-01-29
Length: 17m 11s

Obama on jobs, Apple's iPad hopes, the housing recession, and more. Assistant Managing Editor Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek editors about these topics and other business news.…

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The Business Week, Jan. 22, 2010

2010-01-23
Length: 16m 27s

Assistant Managing Editor Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek editors about why the Massachusetts vote hurts Obama, bank taxes, and how James Cameron's "Avatar" is changing movies.…

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The Business Week, Jan. 15, 2010

2010-01-16
Length: 15m 26s

Bank taxes, China exports, Apple vs. Google, and insight into the week's top stories from the writers and editors of BusinessWeek…

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The Business Week, Jan. 8, 2010

2010-01-09
Length: 21m 53s

Joblessness grows, Google targets Apple, temporary work explodes, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 13, 2009

2009-11-13
Length: 17m 6s

Intel and AMD make up, the Bear Stearns hedge fund acquittals, sending cash by cell phone, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 6, 2009

2009-11-06
Length: 19m 11s

Unemployment soars, Warren Buffett's railroad investment, raising middle-class taxes, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 30, 2009

2009-10-30
Length: 18m 3s

The U.S. economy finally grows, a third bailout for GMAC, why testosterone therapy is hot, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 23, 2009

2009-10-23
Length: 19m 47s

Uncle Sam targets executive pay, Apple's earnings excite, insider trading resurfaces, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 16, 2009

2009-10-16
Length: 16m 5s

Dell tries to get its mojo back, what a dollar crash could look like, health-care reform mandates, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 9, 2009

2009-10-09
Length: 23m 7s

The soaring federal deficit, opening the iPhone to Google, turmoil at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 2, 2009

2009-10-02
Length: 19m 8s

Employment stumbles, GM shutters Saturn, business fears the public option, and moreth…

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The Business Week, Sept. 25, 2009

2009-09-25
Length: 19m 1s

The G-20 eyes financial regulation, Dell nabs Perot Systems, business battles over climate change, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 18, 2009

2009-09-18
Length: 18m 36s

A U.S.-China trade spat, the Baucus health-care reform plan, rethinking shareholder lawsuits, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 11, 2009

2009-09-11
Length: 19m 31s

General Motors sells Opel, Apple's iPod tune-up, Obama's health reform blitz, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 4, 2009

2009-09-04
Length: 17m 32s

U.S. unemployment soars, eBay sells Skype, making fat profits off obesity, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 28, 2009

2009-08-28
Length: 23m 12s

Ted Kennedy's health-care reform legacy, the soaring federal deficit, Ben Bernanke's second act, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 21, 2009

2009-08-21
Length: 18m 21s

Signs of a housing recovery, UBS discloses a Swiss banking secret, China's stock market, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 14, 2009

2009-08-14
Length: 18m 21s

Facebook deal, Madoff CFO's guilty plea, Hacking for Dummies…

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The Business Week, Aug. 7, 2009

2009-08-07
Length: 16m 21s

A surprise unemployment drop, strained relations between Apple and Google, why cash for clunkers isn't green, and more…

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The Business Week, July 31, 2009

2009-07-31
Length: 21m 14s

Microsoft takes on Google, a housing recovery, the emerging markets stocks bubble, and more…

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The Business Week, July 24, 2009

2009-07-25
Length: 16m 27s

Obama's push for health care reform, Apple beats the recession, Europe's unemployed youth, and more…

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The Business Week, July 17, 2009

2009-07-17
Length: 18m 51s

CIT Group's comedown, Michael Jackson's unreleased songs, Massachusetts' health-reform lessons, and more…

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The Business Week, July 10, 2009

2009-07-10
Length: 16m 56s

Google takes on Microsoft, GM exits bankruptcy, why the economic stimulus fizzled, and more…

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The Business Week, July 2, 2009

2009-07-03
Length: 19m 48s

America's Lost Decade for jobs, Madoff's stiff sentence, housing's downbeat forecast, and more…

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The Business Week, June 26, 2009

2009-06-26
Length: 20m 14s

The surprising key to health reform, Steve Jobs' health, the Fed holds steady, and more…

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The Business Week, June 19, 2009

2009-06-20
Length: 20m 2s

Obama's financial regulatory plan, MySpace cuts back, investor optimism may be premature, and more…

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The Business Week, June 12, 2009

2009-06-13
Length: 17m 57s

Defending the dollar, returning bank bailout funds, improving the iPhone, and more…

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The Business Week, June 5, 2009

2009-06-05
Length: 18m 25s

Home foreclosures go upscale, the unemployment rate rises but job losses slow, and more…

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The Business Week, May 29, 2009

2009-05-29
Length: 15m 2s

Detroit's impending transformation, Sonia Sotomayor leads a breakthrough week for women, and more…

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The Business Week, May 22, 2009

2009-05-22
Length: 17m 7s

Remaking venture capital, tougher fuel economy standards, new credit card rules, and more…

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The Business Week, May. 15, 2009

2009-05-16
Length: 18m 3s

China's green technology, car dealers get pink slips, consumers tighten…

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The Business Week, May 8, 2009

2009-05-08
Length: 16m 56s

Peer-to-peer lending fizzles, bank stress-test results are out, employment drops, and more…

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The Business Week, May 1, 2009

2009-05-01
Length: 17m 24s

Chrysler's bankruptcy, Obama's first 100 days, weak GDP's silver lining,…

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The Business Week, Apr. 24, 2009

2009-04-24
Length: 17m 54s

Obama's Cuban initiative, Apple's iPhone profits, Ryanair's fat tax, the economic week ahead, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 17, 2009

2009-04-17
Length: 18m 37s

Banks rush to repay TARP money, Chrysler's Fiat problem, the economic week ahead, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 10, 2009

2009-04-10
Length: 16m 24s

President Obama's real pay problem, recession-fighting goes global, the economic week ahead, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 3, 2009

2009-04-04
Length: 27m 14s

The G-20 summit, General Motors' looming bankruptcy, the economic week ahead, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 27, 2009

2009-03-27
Length: 18m 46s

The bank bailout draws cheers, Vallejo's bankruptcy hits home, the economic week ahead, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 20, 2009

2009-03-21
Length: 30m 47s

The new populism, why AIG can't fail, Washington's confusing layoff law, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 13, 2009

2009-03-13
Length: 28m 52s

Easing union organizing rules, drug company mega-mergers, punishing white collar criminals, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 6, 2009

2009-03-06
Length: 24m 48s

Healthcare reform's missing link, Twitter's business future, Obama's carbon emissions trading plan, and more.…

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The Business Week, Feb. 27, 2009

2009-02-27
Length: 28m 34s

Obama's ambitious budget, the business of tracking individuals, newspapers' red ink, and more.…

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The Business Week, Feb. 20, 2009

2009-02-21
Length: 28m 0s

The home foreclosure fix, UBS imperils Swiss banking, ailing online advertising, and more.…

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The Business Week, Feb. 13, 2009

2009-02-13
Length: 25m 35s

A U.S. stimulus plan, getting the bailout back on track, obesity taxes, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 6, 2009

2009-02-06
Length: 30m 7s

What's behind falling prices, why executive pay won't fall, how free labor fuels the Web, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 30, 2009

2009-01-30
Length: 28m 45s

Shameful Wall Street bonuses, the Bad Bank solution, America's new industrial policy, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 23, 2009

2009-01-23
Length: 26m 5s

How "zombie" companies prey on the economy, Barack Obama's post-inaugural challenge, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 16, 2009

2009-01-16
Length: 30m 6s

Saving Citigroup, Apple without Steve Jobs, Barack Obama's regulatory revival, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 9, 2009

2009-01-09
Length: 30m 39s

Obama's stimulus package, Ford's anti-bailout gamble, lessons from Japan's lost decade, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 31, 2008

2008-12-30
Length: 29m 48s

McDonald's 401(k) weapon, a new Small Business Administration chief, surging Scotch demand, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 23, 2008

2008-12-24
Length: 26m 37s

Housing slams the economy, the new four-day work week, sexy dividend stocks, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 19, 2008

2008-12-19
Length: 26m 51s

The Fed's zero-rate world, OPEC loses its clout, debunking holiday medical myths, an auto bailout, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 12, 2008

2008-12-12
Length: 19m 0s

No loans for the auto industry, shocking job losses, bonus envy, renegade lawyers, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 5, 2008

2008-12-06
Length: 27m 54s

Automakers race the bailout clock, retirees return to work, junk bonds for the brave, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 26, 2008

2008-11-26
Length: 26m 40s

The Citigroup rescue, why the SUV isn't dead, how hospitals use credit reports, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 21, 2008

2008-11-22
Length: 23m 33s

Obama's Treasury pick, Citigroup's uphill battle, Facebook's big gamble, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 14, 2008

2008-11-14
Length: 25m 55s

GM's bankruptcy dance, your next raise, cruise industry trouble, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 7, 2008

2008-11-07
Length: 26m 20s

Barack Obama's economic dream team, the Federal Home Loan Bank's risks, retailers' miserly Christmas plans, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 31 2008

2008-10-31
Length: 30m 59s

The election stakes for business; taking the dull out of Dell; stocks for the very long term, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 24, 2008

2008-10-24
Length: 28m 55s

Hedge fund contagion, why genetic tests are overhyped, playing the stock market bottom, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 17, 2008

2008-10-17
Length: 25m 35s

Why GM is eyeing Chrysler, Harley-Davidson's subprime woes, cash-rich company bargains, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 10, 2008

2008-10-11
Length: 35m 11s

The crash's harsh lesson, the looming credit-card blowup, business fears a Democratic Senate, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 3, 2008

2008-10-03
Length: 31m 35s

The inevitable recession, gaming Energy Star ratings, emerging markets' cash hoard, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 26, 2008

2008-09-26
Length: 29m 35s

The delayed bailout deal, charities go begging, the credit default swap casino, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 19, 2008

2008-09-19
Length: 29m 5s

Wall Street's roller-coaster week, deregulation on the rocks, why Detroit wants a bailout, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 12, 2008

2008-09-13
Length: 27m 55s

Freddie and Fannie saved, Lehman Brothers flounders, the deferred Pentagon bonanza, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 5, 2008

2008-09-05
Length: 28m 4s

The supercar America can't have, global accounting rules, saving big at troubled banks, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 29, 2008

2008-08-29
Length: 30m 0s

Labor's November wish, senior-citizen executives, the medical bills you shouldn't pay, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 22, 2008

2008-08-22
Length: 28m 23s

China after the Olympics, MBA moms opt out, small biz's costly addiction, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 15, 2008

2008-08-15
Length: 31m 7s

Apple's options scandal ends, the new pinch on student loans, smart electric meters spark criticism, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 8, 2008

2008-08-08
Length: 26m 22s

McCain and Obama's flawed economic promises, plunging commodity prices, Wall Street wants your pension, and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 1, 2008

2008-08-01
Length: 28m 29s

Return of the company doctor, Sam Zell's deal from hell, a bond to saving housing, and more…

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The Business Week, July 25, 2008

2008-07-25
Length: 21m 24s

Wall Street wants your trash, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's bailout, Costco's pain, and more…

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The Business Week, July 18, 2008

2008-07-18
Length: 25m 40s

A bailout for Fannie and Freddie, how rumors hurt markets, why it's time for financial optimism, and more…

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The Business Week, July 11, 2008

2008-07-11
Length: 30m 54s

Panic at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, ailing U.S. automakers, phone-card fraud, and more…

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The Business Week, July 4, 2008

2008-07-03
Length: 21m 1s

What's behind the market's summer doldrums, why India's economic growth seems to be hitting the wall, and more…

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The Business Week, June 27, 2008

2008-06-27
Length: 27m 32s

Offshore wind farms, Barack Obama's secret digital weapon, B-school admissions cheats, and more…

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The Business Week, June 20, 2008

2008-06-20
Length: 25m 30s

How your lifestyle hurts your credit score, dirty secrets about clean coal, eBay's waning interest in auctions, and more…

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The Business Week, June 13, 2008

2008-06-13
Length: 30m 23s

Can genetically modified crops end hunger? Plus, the Fed's core inflation fixation, the new antipreneurs, and more…

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The Business Week, June 6, 2008

2008-06-06
Length: 28m 11s

America's failed romance with SUVs, why Washington taxes the rich, online polling's new popularity, and more…

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The Business Week, May. 30, 2008

2008-05-30
Length: 32m 16s

Why housing matters, dirty secrets of background checks, divvying the family heirlooms, and more…

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The Business Week, May. 23, 2008

2008-05-23
Length: 27m 55s

The economics of cancer drugs, the Fed's expanding powers, why America lags in broadband, and more…

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The Business Week, May. 16, 2008

2008-05-16
Length: 23m 9s

Rediscovering American oil, why boomers aren't retiring, new credit card rules, and more…

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The Business Week, May 9, 2008

2008-05-09
Length: 24m 57s

America's male recession, Marvel's super-duper strategy, college student insurance fails…

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The Business Week, May 2, 2008

2008-05-02
Length: 27m 7s

Fed rate cuts aren't over, ethanol's bum rap, private college loans, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 25, 2008

2008-04-25
Length: 24m 59s

High pump prices, retailers target your stimulus check, becoming a micro-lender, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 18, 2008

2008-04-17
Length: 26m 25s

The death of low airfares, the iPhone's poor reception in Europe, Toyota loses its mojo, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 11, 2008

2008-04-11
Length: 23m 43s

Yahoo!'s independence bid, Disney's hit machine, clean diesel cars, and more…

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The Business Week, Apr. 4, 2008

2008-04-04
Length: 22m 20s

Treasury's new blueprint for regulation, Bernanke on the Hill, trouble in paradise for Nestle, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 28, 2008

2008-03-28
Length: 27m 55s

The Fed's overreach, Ireland's fading economy, tech companies' shopping spree, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 21, 2008

2008-03-21
Length: 30m 44s

The Fed's creds at risk, rethinking NAFTA, copyrighting fashion, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 14, 2008

2008-03-14
Length: 24m 48s

Big banks' unseen problems, apparel to improve sports scores, safe havens in high-dividend stocks, and more…

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The Business Week, Mar. 7, 2008

2008-03-07
Length: 24m 57s

Recession evidence grows, Apple's business-friendly iPhone, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 29, 2008

2008-03-01
Length: 27m 43s

Declining clicks at Google, Cuba's economy, when to fire your financial advisor, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 22, 2008

2008-02-23
Length: 28m 30s

What's behind $100 oil, using cash cards for crime, Verizon's cell-phone gamble, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 15, 2008

2008-02-16
Length: 31m 13s

Barack Obama's business plan, the airline mating game, when to refinance, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 8, 2008

2008-02-09
Length: 24m 3s

Social networking cools, why fears of a bond insurance bust are overblown, and more…

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The Business Week, Feb. 1, 2008

2008-02-02
Length: 26m 40s

The Fed's stimulus on steroids, the mystery of the Apple iPhones, private equity loses altitude, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 25, 2008

2008-01-26
Length: 29m 33s

The stimulus plan, training doctors to "just say no," rethinking MBA education, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 18, 2008

2008-01-19
Length: 27m 39s

Bush's stimulus plan, home equity woes, cloned food fight, Ford's bet on Lincoln, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 11, 2008

2008-01-12
Length: 23m 13s

The Federal Reserve in the crosshairs, the cloud over bank earnings, touch-screen mania, and more…

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The Business Week, Jan. 4, 2008

2008-01-05
Length: 29m 44s

Looming recession, fashionable computers, India's $2,500 car, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 28, 2007

2007-12-29
Length: 23m 19s

Apple's plans for movie rentals, housing gets sicker, Business Week's 2008 Economic Outlook, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 21, 2007

2007-12-22
Length: 27m 42s

Clamping down on "green" marketing, the battle over radio royalties, stopping catalog clutter, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 14, 2007

2007-12-15
Length: 27m 41s

The Fed's novel medicine, dog days for Cerberus Capital, safeguarding your kids' financial windfall, and more…

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The Business Week, Dec. 07, 2007

2007-12-08
Length: 25m 28s

Relief for troubled mortgage holders, a setback for Genentech, and a look at "encore careers"…

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The Business Week, Nov. 30, 2007

2007-12-01
Length: 23m 42s

Petrodollars' buying spree, why the dollar's plunge won't last, a new breed of 401(k) plans, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 23, 2007

2007-11-24
Length: 27m 4s

The mess at Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, user-created web video loses its luster, preparing for your second career, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 16, 2007

2007-11-16
Length: 26m 10s

China's dangerous market exposure, valuing corporate philanthropy, investing safely in China, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 9, 2007

2007-11-09
Length: 26m 16s

Spooked investors, the weakling U.S. Dollar, how AT&T plans to scrub the web, and more…

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The Business Week, Nov. 2, 2007

2007-11-02
Length: 27m 8s

Rising recession risks, foreign funds' growing clout, cracking down on absenteeism, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 26, 2007

2007-10-26
Length: 25m 51s

Declining U.S. homeownership, Silicon Valley's hometown paper flames out, health insurers get tough, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 19, 2007

2007-10-19
Length: 25m 38s

Why oil is soaring, an unlikely credit rescue fund, the economics of fighting Superbug infections, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 12, 2007

2007-10-12
Length: 22m 53s

America's most expensive college coach, Boeing's Dreamliner delayed, global trends in design, and more…

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The Business Week, Oct. 5, 2007

2007-10-05
Length: 22m 7s

Rising stock markets, rebounding job growth, huge writedowns from big finance players, and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 28, 2007

2007-09-28
Length: 26m 29s

GM's health care deal; Google's cell phone assault; why asset allocation isn't working; and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 21, 2007

2007-09-21
Length: 30m 43s

What's next for the Fed; China's rising leaders; why housing is still in trouble; and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 14, 2007

2007-09-14
Length: 29m 43s

Cell phones in Africa; soaring oil prices; credit cards on campus; and more…

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The Business Week, Sept. 7, 2007

2007-09-07
Length: 24m 50s

Bernanke's tightening straight-jacket; public pension funds' dangerous appetite for risk; new digital divide in tech support; and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 31, 2007

2007-08-31
Length: 29m 54s

Betting on Macao; the selling of Alan Greenspan, author; why most subprime rescue proposals won't work; and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 24, 2007

2007-08-24
Length: 27m 46s

Big health problems with large fish; the business of tailgate parties; why the Fed might not cut interest rates; and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 17, 2007

2007-08-17
Length: 28m 20s

The global credit crisis; rethinking manufacturing in China; why drug advertising will keep growing; and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 10, 2007

2007-08-10
Length: 24m 21s

No more easy money for Wall Street; infrastructure risks; new challenges in saving for college; and more…

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The Business Week, Aug. 3, 2007

2007-08-03
Length: 29m 1s

Unlocking cell-phone networks, home-foreclosure rescue scams, how to bulletproof your portfolio, and more…

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The Business Week, July 27, 2007

2007-07-27
Length: 34m 17s

Housing's free fall, soaring U.S. airlines, the twisted economics of Harry Potter, and why the stock market's meltdown may be a blessing…

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The Business Week, July 20, 2007

2007-07-20
Length: 26m 12s

China's torrid economic growth, search engines for the less than famous, how to tame CEO pay, and more…

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The Business Week, July 13, 2007

2007-07-13
Length: 26m 52s

Subprime woes worsen, declining IPO gains for the little guy, decoding the corporate seating chart, and more…

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The Business Week, July 6, 2007

2007-07-06
Length: 28m 54s

What's behind Wall Street's buyout binge, the world's richest man, a Teflon-coated stock market, and more…

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The Business Week, June 29, 2007

2007-06-30
Length: 30m 3s

Subprime meltdown, the profitable science of reputation tweaking, students for sale, and more…

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The Business Week, June 22, 2007

2007-06-23
Length: 24m 11s

Wal-Mart in banking, lifestyle drugs, Blu-ray at Blockbuster, and more…

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The Business Week, June 15, 2007

2007-06-16
Length: 16m 40s

CEO Mayor Bloomberg, reverse outsourcing, bonds crater while yields soar, and more…

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The Business Week, June 8, 2007

2007-06-09
Length: 29m 12s

Market jitters, stock options, immigration, and more…

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The Business Week, June 1, 2007

2007-06-01
Length: 28m 42s

Dow Jones' controlling family considers selling out, The Supreme Court, nurse practitioners, and more…

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The Business Week, May 25, 2007

2007-05-25
Length: 24m 19s

The housing slump, minimum wage, strategic deals, and more…

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The Business Week, May 18, 2007

2007-05-18
Length: 38m 27s

Cerberus bets on Chrysler, plunging TV viewership, World Bank woes, and more…

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The Business Week, May 11, 2007

2007-05-11
Length: 29m 9s

Prices at the pump, bulls or bears ahead?, and bequeathing your 401k…

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The Business Week, May 4, 2007

2007-05-04
Length: 29m 30s

Murdoch's bid, the Dow's surge, tips on student loans, and more…

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Ireland Underwater

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Ireland, once the economic superstar of Europe, may be going the way of Greece…

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Baidu: Be Evil

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Robin Li banged heads to beat Google and make his search engine China's No. 1. His next target: the world. First, he'll have to win Web users' trust…

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Obama's Tormentor

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If U.S. Chamber of Commerce chief Tom Donohue has his way, the President's change agenda is finished…

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Coca-Cola's Last Round

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The developed world just can't drink more Coke. India and China are crowded with competitors. That leaves one great unquenched thirst: Africa…

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Shredding the American Dream

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The foreclosure crisis isn't just about lost documents. It's about trust---and a clash over who gets stuck with $1.1 trillion in losses…

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The Devil You Don't Know

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Length: 9s

Sarah Palin says the movement's principles are "exactly what we need for free enterprise." Executives, who prize stability, aren't so sure…

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What Amazon Fears Most

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Why does Diapers.com---which will sell 500 million nappies this year---worry Amazon? Its narrow focus creates efficiencies the Web giant can't match…

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Best Merger Ever

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Twenty years after reunification, Germany is the wheelhouse of Europe, driving regional growth, safeguarding stability, and often footing the bills…

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How Facebook Sells You

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How Facebook plans to use its 550 million users to build the greatest advertising juggernaut since ... O.K., only since Google, but that's still huge…

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How to Fix the Economy

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Bloomberg Businessweek gave four top economists and one prominent money manager a tough assignment: Fix the U.S. economy…

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Inside China's Foxconn

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Massive, secretive, and hit by a rash of worker suicides, the Chinese manufacturer of iPhones, PCs, and PlayStations opens up.…

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The Gold Digger

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As gold becomes a fashionable hedge against turbulent times, one billionaire is doing everything he can to get his hands on the actual stuff…

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The Popularity Issue, Part 2

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg Businessweek editors about last week's cover story, "The Popularity Issue."…

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The Popularity Issue

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The food we eat, the sneakers we wear, the churches we visit, the colors of the cars we drive. Not the coolest or best---just the ubiquitous, omnipresent No. 1s…

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The Bush Tax Cuts

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Despite terrifying deficits, most economists now say the U.S. is too weak to let former President George W. Bush's tax cuts expire.…

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The New Abnormal

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Americans are broke and depressed -- and also swilling $3 lattes and waiting on line for iPhones. Welcome to the schizophrenic economy.…

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Amber Waves of Pain

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Length: 8s

Commodity ETFs are supposed to offer a hedge against equity losses. Instead, they've turned into a pitfall for unsuspecting investors…

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Bill Gates, Teachers' Pest

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Pimm Fox talks with Bloomberg Businessweek's Deputy Editor Eric Pooley about the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation betting billions that a business approach can work wonders in the classroom. And that where the carrot doesn't work, the stick will.…

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The Lost Summer

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Pimm Fox and Ken Prewitt talks with Bloomberg Businessweek's Deputy Editor Eric Pooley about problems that businesses are facing in the beach towns and bayous along the Gulf of Mexico's U.S. coastline.…

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How To Make An American Job

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Jim Aley of Bloomberg News about former Intel CEO Andy Grove's views on U.S. job creation.…

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Life Amid the Ruins

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg Businessweek editor Sheelah Kolhatkar about the country's economic shambles, the biggest bailout in EU history, and sweeping government reforms that have shocked Greece…

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The Bloomberg Businessweek 50

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From the Internet's Priceline.com to the railroads' Union Pacific, our 14th annual list of top performers shows that innovation remains the engine of success.…

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Lessons from the Biggest Bears

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg Businessweek's Jessica Silver-Greenberg about the bearish forecasters who rose to fame in the market crash of 2008 and who have, for the most part, not surrendered their pessimism.…

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Engulfed

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Pimm Fox and Roben Farzad talk with Bloomberg Businessweek's Paul Barrett about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the effect it may have on BP and the U.S. presidency.…

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Schwab Worries About Small Investors

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg Businessweek's Deputy Editor Eric Pooley about the challenges Charles Schwab faces with his small investor clients.…

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Come Together

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg Businessweek's Economics Editor Peter Coy and Editor Josh Tyrangiel about the decline of the euro.…

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The Big Bounce

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Ken Prewitt and Pimm Fox talk with Bloomberg's Senior Writer and Editor Ken Wells, about the impact the 2010 World Cup soccer championship will have on South Africa…

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Lessons of the BP Oil Spill

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Jim Ellis talks with Peter Coy, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Economics Editor, about the impact that BP's Deepwater Horizon oil spill will have on oil exploration and federal energy policy…

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Can Ed Whitacre Save GM From Itself?

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Jim Ellis talks with David Welch, Bloomberg Busineweek's auto writer in Detroit, about how new CEO Ed Whitacre is rapidly transforming the struggling automaker…

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Goldman on the Hot Seat

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Jim Ellis talks with Eric Pooley, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's deputy editor, about how the Congressional inquiry into Goldman Sachs' mortgage bond dealings could affect financial reform…

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Is GE Losing Its Leadership Spark?

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Jim Ellis talks with Diane Brady, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's senior editor, about how long-revered General Electric is overhauling the way it develops future managers…

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Why Obamanomics Is Working

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Jim Ellis talks with Peter Coy, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's economics editor, about why President Barack Obama's economic plan is working and why it needs more stimulus spending.…

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Goldman Sachs: No Apologies

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Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg Business Week Senior Writer Roben Farzad about how Goldman Sachs is defending itself against accusations that it profited from the financial crisis at the expense of its clients and taxpayers.…

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China's Tough Line on Foreign Business

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Jim Ellis talks with Eric Pooley, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's deputy editor, about China's increasingly chilly reception to foreign businesses that want to profit from the Asian giant's fast growth …

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The Real Future of Television

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Jim Ellis talks with Ron Grover, Bloomberg BusinessWeek's entertainment industry correspondent, about cable operators' plans to charge for online video…

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The $618,616 Death

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Jim Ellis talks with Amanda Bennett, Bloomberg News executive editor, about her husband's costly seven-year battle with cancer. Despite a cost of $618,616, it's uncertain how much the medical care prolonged his life…

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When Warren Buffett Is Your Boss

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Jim Ellis talks with Alice Schroeder, author of The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life, about how the super-investor oversees the CEOs of companies in which he invests.…

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Angela Merkel defends Euro-unity

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Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Peter Coy about this week's cover story on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her tough crusade to maintain Europe's financial unity.…

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Barack Obama's Message for Business

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Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Josh Tyrangiel about this week's cover-story interview with President Barack Obama. Obama explains why he's not anti-business, and his aid for corporate America.…

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AT&T's iPhone Problem

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Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Roben Farzad about this week's cover story on how the success of the Apple iPhone is causing massive network problems for AT&T. Growing smartphone use means this problem could spread industrywide.…

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King of the World, Again

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Assistant Managing Editor Jim Ellis talks to Media Editor Tom Lowry about the magazine's cover story chronicling how Avatar director James Cameron became the most powerful commercial force in the movie business--twice. The film has already brought in $1.6…

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Apple Vs. Google

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(Corrects interview elements that were originally presented in the wrong order.) Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Peter Burrows about this week's cover story and how the battle between Silicon Valley superstars Apple and Google is heating up…

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The Disposable Worker

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Jim Ellis talks with Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Peter Coy about this week's cover story on the dramatic growth of temporary and contract workers. That change in the nature of work will affect not only employees themselves, but also the economy…

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Not So Radical Reform

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Jim Ellis talks with BusinessWeek's Adrienne Carter about this week's cover story on the prospects for passage of financial regulation reform in Congress.…

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Investment Outlook 2010

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Senior Editor Suzanne Woolley, who edited the cover package, and Economics Editor Peter Coy discuss investing ideas with Assistant Managing Editor Jim Ellis. One big theme: going global…

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Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts

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Jim Ellis of Bloomberg BusinessWeek talks to Emily Thornton, the writer of this weeks Cover story on how Kohlberg Kravis and Roberts is remaking itself into a thoroughly modern example of what private equity should be.…

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Why Dubai Matters

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John A. Byrne talks with BusinessWeek's Stanley Reed about this week's cover story on the fallout from Dubai…

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Look Who's Stalking Wal-Mart

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Target is increasingly going downmarket to get through the consumer recession. Can it ape its rival and still retain its cachet?…

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The New Threat from Wall Street

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BusinessWeek's Ben Levisohn and Jessica Silver-Greenberg say that taxpayers are taking another hit as strapped local governments fork over billions in fees on investments gone bad…

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Why Wait for Health Reform?

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BusinessWeek's Catherine Arnst tells John A. Byrne that health reform needs a broader and more ambitious effort than what Washington proposes…

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Why This Bust Is Different

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BusinessWeek's Mara Der Hovanesian says that unrealistic assumptions, layers of investors, sky-high prices, and possible fraud will make it hard to clean up the mess in commercial real estate…

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The GDP Mirage

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BusinessWeek's Mike Mandel on how the most comprehensive gauge of U.S. economic activity is broken. By overlooking cuts in R&D, design, and other critical factors, the GDP greatly overstates the economy's strength.…

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The Apps Economy

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BusinessWeek's Doug MacMillan says goofy games get most of the hype and make a lot of money--but there's much more to this surging software market…

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The Hard Sell to Consumers

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BusinessWeek's Jena McGregor tells Executive Editor John A. Byrne about how retailers are battling consumers' recent reluctance to spend head-on…

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The Lost Generation

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People in their teens and 20s have some of the highest unemployment rates in the U.S. and around the world. This is leading to fear of a lost generation. BusinessWeek's Peter Coy explains.…

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America's High-Tech Sweatshops

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Steve Hamm on how U.S. companies may contribute unwittingly to the exploitation of foreign workers…

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The New Normal

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Investing gauges are broken, market signals are mixed, and money managers don't know where to turn. Is this the new normal? BusinessWeek's Adrienne Carter and Roben Farzad discuss whether it's time to say good-bye to the Bull.…

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100 Best Global Brands

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Burt Helm on how the best-known brand names in the world have fared after almost 18 months of recession…

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Glock's Secret Path to Profits

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Glock is the largest supplier of handguns to law enforcement in the U.S. BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne interviews Paul Barrett about the BusinessWeek investigation into the allegations surrounding the company.…

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The Best Places to Launch a Career

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BusinessWeek Executive Editor John A. Byrne talks with Staff Editor Lindsey Gerdes about BW's fourth annual ranking of the best places to launch a career…

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The Radical Future of R&D

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BusinessWeek's Steve Hamm tells John A. Byrne that the research of tomorrow won't be limited by national boundaries.…

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The Case for Optimism

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BusinessWeek's Chief Economist Michael Mandel discusses the case for optimism in the face of this recession and the possibilities for those who do…

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Health Reform

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BW's Chad Terhune says that because of the industry's behind-the-scenes maneuvering in Washington, insurance giants such as UnitedHealth, Aetna, and WellPoint are likely to emerge from the health-care reform battle more profitable than ever…

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Obama and Business

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BusinessWeek's Jane Sasseen tells John A. Byrne why, six months into his term, the President inspires fear, anger--and hope--among CEOs …

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The Shrinking Boomer Economy

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and David Welch on how companies are rethinking their businesses as the biggest spenders in history dial back…

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China Goes Shopping

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Tiff Roberts on what's behind China's shopping spree…

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Rethinking Retirement

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne talks with Suzanne Woolley about the scope of BusinessWeek's 2009 Annual Retirement Guide…

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Microsoft Defends Its Empire

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BusinessWeek's Peter Burrows tells Tom Giles how Microsoft is trying to adapt by moving to Web-based subscription services as users shift from PCs to handheld devices…

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Housing Market 2012

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BusinessWeek's Adrienne Carter tells John Byrne that home prices may keep falling for the next year, then stabilize and rebound with the economy…

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The Risk-Takers

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BusinessWeek's Kerry Capell and Joseph Weber on how smart companies--from Novartis to Procter & Gamble--are turning up the heat in the downturn…

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Innovation, Interrupted

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne talks with Mike Mandel about America's failure to capitalize on innovation hurt the economy--and what happens next.…

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Xerox: An Historic Succession

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BusinessWeek's Nanette Byrnes tells John A. Byrne that Ursula Burns will be the first African American woman to lead a major U.S. corporation--but she'll take over a still-troubled business…

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What's a Friend Worth?

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Stephen Baker talk about our digital relationships, and how companies are trying to profit from them…

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How the Mighty Fall

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and business guru Jim Collins talk about his new book, How the Mighty Fall, in which he pinpoints the insidious (and often invisible) problems that send great companies crashing to earth…

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Private Equity: Testing the Waters

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BusinessWeek's Peter Carbonara and Jessica Silver-Greenberg talk with John A. Byrne about why private equity firms are cranking up their dealmaking, and how they will pump capital into the markets…

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Help Wanted

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BusinessWeek's Peter Coy tells Executive Editor John A. Byrne why the nation has 3 million jobs going begging. And without retraining, U.S. workers may not be able to fill them…

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Philip Morris Unbound

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrnes and Nanette Byrnes talk about Philip Morris' global strategy to find the next generation of smokers before restrictions spread…

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What Good are Economists Anyway?

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Economists mostly failed to predict the worst economic crisis since the 1930s. Now, they can't agree how to solve it. People are starting to wonder whether they can really help…

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Mexico's Promise

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BusinessWeek's Pete Engardio tells Executive Editor John A. Byrne that Mexico has the chance to emerge as a strong challenger to India and China if its best-managed states become top destinations for both low-cost production and design…

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Signs of Life in Housing

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BusinessWeek's Adrienne Carter and Mara Der Hovanesian discuss how low prices and tax breaks are luring buyers to ravaged housing markets like Las Vegas and the Florida coast.…

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The BusinessWeek 50

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From 3D software designer Autodesk to steelmaker Nucor, our 13th annual list of top performers shows that innovation remains the engine of success…

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Game-Changing Management Ideas for Business

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The economic crisis demands new thinking. Smart leaders are gleaning insights from emerging markets, social networks, and their suppliers. BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Jena McGregor discuss new strategies companies are using to cope with the slowdown.…

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Waiting for the Bull to Return

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BusinessWeek Finance Editor Adrienne Carter and Senior Writer David Henry say all signs point to more pain ahead. Still, there are opportunities for very long-term investors…

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What's Dragging Europe Down

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The Continent may have avoided the subprime loan mess, but now it's struggling to prop up its subprime countries, according to BusinessWeek Executive Editor John A. Byrne and Bureau Chief Jack Ewing…

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When Service Means Survival

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Jena McGregor discuss how companies are handling customer service during the recession.…

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Home Wreckers

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BusinessWeek Executive Editor John A. Byrne and Senior Writer Brian Grow discuss how the banking industry has been actively undermining efforts to keep people in their houses…

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Danger Ahead

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ExxonMobil, the king of Big Oil, has an out-of-date strategy as its reserves shrink and its rivals look to the future. BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne interviews Steve LeVine on his story…

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Could Google Fix Detroit?

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Length: 21s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John A. Byrne and What Would Google Do? author Jeff Jarvis on how the search giant could teach automakers about reconnecting with their customers.…

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Getting Down to Business

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne talks to Jane Sasseen about Barack Obama's inauguration, the new power players, the upcoming business battles, and the stimulus wish-list…

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Managing Through a Crisis

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Emily Thornton discuss the challenges and opportunities managers face in times of turmoil like these. …

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Is Silicon Valley Losing Its Magic?

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Length: 20s

BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Steve Hamm discuss whether Silicon Valley still has its mojo, or will risk aversion and myopia kill the golden goose?…

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Investment Outlook

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Length: 16s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John A. Byrne and Senior Editor Suzanne Woolley discuss investing strategies for 2009, including ways to keep your money safe.…

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Is the Panic Justified?

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Length: 18s

BusinessWeek's Peter Coy spoke with the best minds on Wall Street and in academia, labor, and corporate America to ask: How bad might the job market get, and how long might it last? Executive Editor John A. Byrne discusses the findings with Peter.…

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How Safe Is India?

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In the wake of the Mumbai siege, BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Manjeet Kripalani asses how political violence threatens the Indian miracle…

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Can Obama Keep New Jobs at Home?

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Mike Mandel discuss how fiscal stimulus could wind up creating jobs offshore as money is spent on imports…

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The Subprime Wolves Are Back

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Chad Terhune say the new game is FHA-backed loans, and it could end up costing taxpayers tons more…

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The Best B-Schools

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BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne, Alison Damast, and Geoff Gloeckler talk about how the financial downturn is affecting B-schools and how the "Millennials" are changing them…

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The Changes Business Wants

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BusinessWeek Executive Editor John A. Byrne and Washington Bureau Chief Jane Sasseen talk about what the different business sectors say they need from the Obama Administration…

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America Needs an Economic Strategy

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BW's John A. Byrne and Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter discuss Porter's prescription for improving the long-term economic health of the U.S.…

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Risk & Reward

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BW's John A. Byrne and Lauren Young discuss a game plan to survive the financial storm, including tips for managing, investing, borrowing, buying, and working.…

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The Government's New Financial Role

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BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John Byrne talks with Pete Engardio about his cover story on how the global financial crisis is reshaping the role of government in the economy.…

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The New Frugality

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America's charge-it-all culture is getting an overdue reality check. Now, those in the land of overconsumption see the need to rein in spending at home. BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne and Steve Hamm take a look at the new age of frugality in America.…

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U.S. Debt and Financial Crisis

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BusinessWeek Chief Economist Michael Mandel on how the $3 trillion borrowed by the U.S. to finance its trade deficit has led to the financial crisis and what could be done about it.…

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Where to Stash Your Money

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Length: 14s

BusinessWeek's Chris Power and Suzanne Woolley discuss the steps--other than stashing your cash under the mattress--you should take now to help your portfolio…

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Is It Safe Yet?

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BusinessWeek editors John A. Byrne, Paul Barrett, and Adrienne Carter on BW's Special Report on the Wall Street financial crisis, with analysis of the protagonists of this historic event.…

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Innovation Economics

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John Byrne interviews BusinessWeek Chief Economist Michael Mandel about this week's Cover Story on how innovation economics can help boost growth…

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First Jobs: It's More Than Money

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Length: 19s

BW's Lindsey Gerdes and John A. Byrne discuss her recent cover story on the 50 best companies for launching careers. While the salaries might not always wow recent graduates, the employers give them experience money can't buy.…

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IBM Has Your Number

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Length: 18s

BW's Stephen Baker and John A. Bryne discuss Baker's journey to the Thomas J. Watson Research Center, where IBM defines its employees by adding up numerical expressions of their work. Any keystroke, click, or e-mail is fair game for analysis…

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On-the-Job Woes

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Length: 16s

BusinessWeek's Ira Sager and John A. Byrne discuss the magazine's groundbreaking issue "Trouble at the Office." Via online forums, readers collaborated with BW editors to identify the most common workplace problems and offer solutions…

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The Olympics and Innovation

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Length: 13s

BusinessWeek's Reena Jana & John A. Byrne discuss how companies are using the Beijing Games to develop new products & ideas…

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The Fight for Ford's Future

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Length: 20s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John A. Byrne, talks with Senior Correspondent David Kiley about how the company that practically invented the SUV will persuade consumers to buy its passenger cars…

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Pricey Gas: The Upside

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Length: 12s

BusinessWeek's John Carey says high gas prices are a wake-up call, alerting consumers to stop hogging fuel. While researching his story, he discovered how tricky it is to invest in oil and how a gas tax could be used to stabilize consumption…

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The Credit Crunch: Help!

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Length: 16s

What a witch's brew for the economy: Bad loans, shrinking credit, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in turmoil, flagging investor confidence. BusinessWeek's John A. Byrne, Peter Coy, and David Henry discuss where this mess in heading…

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Reirement Strategies for Tough Times

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Length: 14s

BusinessWeek's Suzanne Woolley tells John A. Byrne that it's time to rethink your old investment tactics and consider a few new approaches for your retirement nest egg.…

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The Home Price Abyss

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Length: 14s

BusinessWeek's Peter Coy tells John Byrne why the worst may be yet to come as forces battering the housing market gain strength…

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Can the U.S. Bring Back China Jobs?

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Length: 19s

BusinessWeek's Pete Engardio tells John A. Byrne that American industry may not be ready to take advantage of the mainland's dulled manufacturing edge…

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Is Water the New Oil?

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Length: 16s

BusinessWeek's Susan Berfield tells John A. Byrne why Pickens has created a water district, run by his employees, with the power to seize private land for his own use…

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Banks vs. Consumers

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BusinessWeek's Cover Story by Brian Grow and Robert Berner reveals that critics say the dominant arbitrator of credit-card disputes caters to creditors…

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Oil and the Economy

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BusinessWeek's John Byrne talks with Peter Coy about the double whammy on the economy from rising oil and falling oil prices…

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An Update on Blogs and Business

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BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Stephen Baker talk about why we've updated our 2005 Cover Story, "Blogs Will Change Your Business." We underestimated the vast universe of social media and the ever-widening implications for business.…

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GM's Challenge

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BusinessWeek's David Welch tells John Byrne that the lumbering, money-losing giant finally sees gas engines are a losing bet. But is it too late for GM?…

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Inside Microsoft's War on Google

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BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Jay Greene give a behind-the-scenes look at Microsoft's plans to go up against Google's online juggernaut alone…

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The Mac in the Gray Flannel Suit

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BusinessWeek's John Byrne, Peter Burrows, and Arik Hesseldahl on how the zeal of millions of consumers, infatuated with their iPods and iPhones, is spilling over into the workplace…

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The New Vulture Investors

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BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Emily Thornton discuss how Phil Falcone and his fellow scavengers just might kick-start the economy…

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Most Innovative Companies

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BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Jena McGregor talk about the BusinessWeek-Boston Consulting Group annual ranking, which singles out some smart companies for tough times…

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E-spionage

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The U.S. military created the Internet. Now, the Net may be turning against its maker. BusinessWeek uncovers startling instances of cyber-spies targeting the government. BusinessWeek's John Byrne talks with writers Brian Grow and Keith Epstein…

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From Buyout to Bust

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BusinessWeek executive editor, John Byrne, and senior writer, Emily Thornton, take us inside private equity's ugliest deal…

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The BusinessWeek 50

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BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John Byrne and Atlanta Bureau Chief Dean Foust discuss the best performers of 2008 that made our annual list…

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Reluctant Revolutionary

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Length: 17s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Michael Mandel discuss Fed Chairman Bernanke's new mandate, the damage on Wall Street, and the downside of a reeling dollar in Europe.…

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Waking Up to the Recession

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Length: 13s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Peter Coy on whether policymakers can steer the U.S. economy away from the abyss, and what options are available…

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Inside the War on Fat

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Length: 18s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Arlene Weintraub talk about how the quest to find an obesity fix is fraught with risk for pharmaceutical companies. But the jackpot is too big to ignore.…

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Multinationals

0000-00-00 :: Mike Mandel
Length: 20s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Chief Economist Mike Mandel talk about multinationals. They're productive, innovative, and loaded. But that doesn't mean they'll bail out the U.S. economy…

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Consumer Vigilantes

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Length: 14s

BusinessWeek.s Mary Kuntz and Jena McGregor talk about customer-service slip-ups that can drive today.s digitally empowered consumers to trample a brand.s name across the Internet…

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Building the Perfect Laptop

0000-00-00 :: Steve Hamm
Length: 12s

Lenovo devoted 20 months to the ThinkPad X300, seeking to create the ideal combination of features, price, and weight. BW's Peter Elstrom and Steve Hamm discuss whether it will be the "halo" product the company needs to reach tech's top ranks…

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Credit on the Edge

0000-00-00 :: Adrianne Carter
Length: 12s

BusinessWeek.s John Byrne and Adrianne Carter talk about how the mantra "never underestimate the spending of the American consumer" may no longer apply …

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Meltdown

0000-00-00 :: Peter Coy
Length: 15s

Home prices could fall an additional 25%, on average, before bottoming out. BusinessWeek's Peter Coy says such a drop would be unprecedented and could spell big trouble for the U.S. economy …

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Market Reckoning

0000-00-00 :: Michael Mandel
Length: 17s

Massive bank writedowns, turbulence in global markets, stubbornly high oil prices, talk of a U.S. recession. BW's John Byrne and Michael Mandel tell us what the message is in the turmoil for business and for you--as a consumer, investor, and taxpayer…

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Lipitor: Does It Make a Difference?

0000-00-00 :: John Carey
Length: 10s

Cholesterol fighters are used by 25 million patients worldwide, but new research suggests their benefits are being oversold--and calls into question the whole idea of monitoring LDL. BW's John Byrne and Jim Carey discuss the implications …

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Youthquake

0000-00-00 :: Michelle Conlin
Length: 12s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Michelle Conlin talk about how the Facebook generation--worried about jobs, health insurance, and credit-card debt--is forcing candidates to pay attention …

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Dirty Deeds

0000-00-00 :: Michael Orey
Length: 13s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Michael Orey on what happens when even the banks walk away from foreclosures …

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Where to Invest

0000-00-00 :: Peter Coy
Length: 8s

Falling earnings, overpriced bonds, housing on the skids, it's hard to find a safe place for your assets. BW economics editor, Peter Coy, discusses investment options for the coming year…

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Google's Next Big Dream

0000-00-00 :: Stephen Baker
Length: 16s

They call it cloud computing. The idea is to deliver incredible processing power to students, researchers, and entrepreneurs--while expanding Google's footprint well beyond search, media, and advertising…

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Future Seed

0000-00-00 :: Brian Hindo
Length: 17s

When the "Frankenfood" frenzy was at its peak, Monsanto stood firm. Now most processed foods in the U.S. use genetically modified crops, and farmers around the world plant them…

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Can Greed Save Africa?

0000-00-00 :: Roben Farzad
Length: 23s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor, John Byrne, and Senior Writer Roben Farzad talk about how where foreign aid and philanthropy largely have failed to work, intrepid investing just might…

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Fresh Pain for the Uninsured

0000-00-00 :: Brian Grow
Length: 13s

BW's Executive Editor John Byrne and Correspondent Brian Grow dicuss how GE and Citi, plus smaller rivals, have begun financing medical care. Providers get quick payment, financiers profit--and patients can be left with crippling debt…

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The Consumer Crunch

0000-00-00 :: Mike Mandel
Length: 15s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John Byrne and Chief Economist Mike Mandel say that after a 25-year spree, U.S. households can no longer count on easy credit. That means hard times even if the economy doesn't slip into recession …

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I Want My iTV

0000-00-00 :: Cliff Edwards
Length: 16s

While all the technology to create it is in place, players--from cable companies to film studios--can't agree on the business model to make it happen. With BW.com Executive Editor John Byrne and Tech Correspondent Cliff Edwards …

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Prisoners of Debt

0000-00-00 :: Robert Bernen
Length: 22s

Creditors are putting pressure on consumers to pay debts already forgiven by bankruptcy courts, according to BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Robert Berner …

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Perform or Perish

0000-00-00 :: Emoly Thornton
Length: 23s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Emily Thornton say that for CEOs of private-equity-owned companies, the pressure to deliver is getting unbearably intense …

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Little Green Lies

0000-00-00 :: Ben Elgin
Length: 20s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Ben Elgin on what made leading corporate sustainability advocate Auden Schendler change his tune about the profitability of environmentally friendly companies …

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Bear's Hocus Pocus

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Length: 19s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne, David Henry, and Adrienne Carter on how two Bear Stearns hedge funds soared and then imploded, helping set off a global credit market meltdown …

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That Sinking Feeling

0000-00-00 :: Mara Der Hovanesian
Length: 15s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John Byrne and Banking Editor Mara Der Hovanesian answer the big question: Will this shock treatment help hasten the end of the painful downturn? …

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The Power 100

0000-00-00 :: Tom Lowry & Geoff Gloeckler
Length: 19s

BusinessWeek's Executive Editor John Byrne, Senior Writer Tom Lowry, and Staff Editor Geoff Gloeckler talk about power in sports and how the Power 100 came together …

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Wage Wars

0000-00-00 :: Michael Orey
Length: 17s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne talks with Senior Writer Michael Orey about the billions that are at stake as companies are forced to pay up …

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Going Up

0000-00-00 :: Lindsey Gerdes
Length: 15s

Number-crunchers can take heart: BW's ranking of top companies for young people finds that an accounting talent shortage has made bean-counting sexy. BW Executive Editor John Byrne talks with Staff Editor Lindsey Gerdes about this week's cover story…

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Crunch Time: Reshaping Private Equity

0000-00-00 :: Emily Thornton
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne talks with Senior Writer Emily Thornton about how, with Wall Street watching, Clayton Dubilier salvaged the Home Depot buyout--and showed how other big deals in the works can go forward …

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Fear & Loathing at the Airport

0000-00-00 :: Keith Epstein
Length: 21s

Long lines, late flights, near collisions...Air travel is a mess, and nobody seems to be able to do anything about it--not even the FAA. BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Correspondent Keith Epstein talk about the story behind this week's cover story …

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Not So Smart

0000-00-00 :: Roben Farzad
Length: 21s

The best and brightest have been humbled in the late summer's brutal credit crunch: KKR Financial. Blackstone. Goldman Sachs, the black-box quant funds. BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Wall Street writer Roben Farzad talk about how we got here…

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The Future of Work

0000-00-00 :: Michael Mandel
Length: 11s

BusinessWeek.com's editor-in-chief, John Byrne, talks with chief economist Michael Mandel about how we will master technology, manage companies, and build careers in the world of tomorrow …

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Bonfire of the Builders

0000-00-00 :: Mara Der Hovanesian
Length: 14s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Banking Editor Mara Der Hovanesian discuss how by rushing into the mortgage business big-time, homebuilders helped fuel the housing crisis. Now they're hurting--and so is Wall Street …

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The Pet Economy

0000-00-00 :: Diane Brady
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Senior Writer Diane Brady talk about how the rising status of pets has started an unprecedented wave of entrepreneurship in an industry that was once epitomized by felt mice and rubber balls …

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Death Bonds

0000-00-00 :: Pete Engardio
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Senior Writer Matthew Goldstein talk about a new investment scheme: profiting from mortality. Investors buy up life insurance policies, securitize them, and collect when the insured persons die …

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Can China Be Fixed?

0000-00-00 :: Pete Engardio
Length: 22s

Beijing can't clean up the environment or rein in stock speculation. BusinessWeek's executive editor, John Byrne, and senior international editor, Peter Engardio, discuss how the mainland's problems could keep it from becoming the next superpower …

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"I'm Outta Here!"

0000-00-00 :: Jeff Laderman
Length: 20s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Senior Editor Jeff Laderman talk about BusinessWeek's annual retirement guide. Learn about how to retire early, get advice on investments, health care, and insurance so you can step off the treadmill…

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Children of the Web

0000-00-00 :: Steve Hamm
Length: 20s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Steve Hamm discuss how the second-generation Internet is spawning a global youth culture--and what business can do to cash in …

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Telecom: Back from the Dead

0000-00-00 :: Spencer Ante
Length: 16s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Computer Dept. Editor Spencer Ante talk about how even as the industry lost $2 trillion in market cap as the century began, the flow of YouTube videos and MySpace pages is reviving it--and invigorating the economy…

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The Real Cost of Offshoring

0000-00-00 :: Michael Mandel
Length: 11s

BW executive editor John Byrne talks to chief economist Michael Mandel about why government data showing moving jobs overseas hasn't hurt the economy or U.S. competitiveness are deeply flawed, and could carry serious economic and political consequences…

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3M's Innovation Crisis

0000-00-00 :: Brian Hindo
Length: 19s

BW's John Byrne and Brian Hindo discuss whether George Buckley can turn the birthplace of masking tape and Post-it notes into an invention machine again.…

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Hot Growth

0000-00-00 :: Suzanne Woolley
Length: 18s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Associate Editor Suzanne Woolley talk about the 100 best companies to watch featured in this week's Hot Growth: The Shock of the Old. Shiny tech upstarts defer to adaptable Rust Belt and other old-line stalwarts…

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The World's Most Extreme Emerging Market

0000-00-00 :: Roben Farzad
Length: 18s

BW's John Byrne and Roben Farzad talk about extreme, or frontier, developing markets: (often) Third World destinations that have enough geopolitical danger and barriers to investment to keep mainstreamers away--but that are also producing enormous gains…

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The Poverty Business

0000-00-00 :: Brian Grow & Keith Epstein
Length: 21s

BW's John Byrne, Brian Grow and Keith Epstein on how the working poor have greater access to credit--and a greater risk of being lured into an inescapable web of debt. …

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Crazy Like a Fox

0000-00-00 :: Jon Fine & Tom Lowry
Length: 17s

BW's executive managing editor, John Byrne, senior writer Tom Lowry, and media columnist Jon Fine ponder the question: What was Rupert Murdoch thinking when he offered $60 a share for the owner of The Wall Street Journal.…

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World's Most Innovative Companies

0000-00-00 :: Jena McGregor
Length: 18s

BW's John Byrne talks with associate editor Jena McGregor about how the leaders of companies on this year's BusinessWeek-BCG list of the World's Most Innovative Companies recognize that success doesn't happen overnight…

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Roads to Riches

0000-00-00 :: Emily Thornton
Length: 16s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Equities Editor Emily Thornton talk about how banks and private investment firms are rushing to buy control of highways, bridges, and airports. Here's why the public should be worried…

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Wal-Mart's Midlife Crisis

0000-00-00 :: Tony Bianco
Length: 20s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and National Correspondent Anthony Bianco talk about how the formula that took Wal-Mart from Ozarks upstart to preeminent American retailer is no longer working. Sales growth is stalling as rivals grab share.…

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Fear of Firing

0000-00-00 :: Michael orey
Length: 19s

BW's Chris Powers and Michael Orey on how the days when a boss could get rid of an underperformer or problem employee on the spot are long gone. Now workers in an expanding list of categories have companies scared to lower the ax…

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Mittal & Son

0000-00-00 :: Stanley Reed
Length: 16s

BW executive editor John Byrne and London bureau chief Stanley Reed give us an inside look at one of the most powerful partnerships on the business stage: father and son, Lakshmi and Aditya Mittal …

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Who's Afraid of Google?

0000-00-00 :: Rob Hof
Length: 18s

BW's John Byrne and San Mateo Bureau Chief Rob Hof say that as the Web giant tears through media, software, and telecom, rivals fear its growing influence. And they're rolling out the heavy artillery to stand up to the precocious nine-year-old…

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Beyond Virtual Reality

0000-00-00 :: Aili McConnon
Length: 18s

Motion-capture technology is bursting out of Hollywood and into businesses like aerospace, advertising, health care, automaking, cell phones, security, and sports. BW executive editor John Byrne and reporter Aili McConnon say it's magic in motion…

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The BusinessWeek 50

0000-00-00 :: Suzanne Woolley
Length: 22s

BW's John Byrne and Suzanne Woolley talk about The BusinessWeek 50, which represents our choice of the "best in class" from the 10 sectors that make up the S&P 500. They are the agitators and pioneers leading the way in the 21st century …

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The Trouble With India

0000-00-00 :: Steve Hamm
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Steve Hamm discuss how an Indian tech explosion and foreign money have growth roaring. But infrastructure is a nightmare. Will it defeat the prosperity that seems within India's grasp? …

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What The Market Is Telling Us

0000-00-00 :: Roben Farzad
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek's John Byrne and Roben Farzad discuss how despite ominous signs, the outlook for U.S. markets is surprisingly upbeat. Global capital looks likely to flee riskier emerging markets and return to the relative safety of U.S. stocks …

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Customer Service Champs

0000-00-00 :: Jena McGregor
Length: 21s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Management Editor Jena Mcregor discuss BusinessWeek's first-ever ranking of companies where the consumer is king...and one extraordinary tumble …

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Get Healthy--Or Else

0000-00-00 :: Michelle Conlin
Length: 19s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne and Senior Writer Michelle Conlin talk about how Scotts Miracle-Gro is way out in front in seeking to control health-care costs by pushing employees to live healthier lives.…

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It's a Low, Low, Low, Low-Rate World

0000-00-00 :: David Henry
Length: 11s

Money is cheap. And some experts say it could stay that way for years. BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Senior Writer David Henry, talk about how that's creating opportunity --and brand new risks …

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Carlyle Steps Into The Light

0000-00-00 :: Emily Thornton
Length: 16s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and Equities Editor Emily Thornton talk about how the Carlyle Group aims to flourish long after the buyout boom fizzles by diversifying into a broad range of assets and deals …

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Up All Night

0000-00-00 :: Michael Arndt
Length: 22s

The fast-food king has altered not only its menu, but its look, music, and most important, its hours. BW exec editor John Byrne talks to correspondent Michael Arndt about what's next: slowing expansion and squeezing more out of existing outlets…

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Environmental Sustainability

0000-00-00 :: Pete Engardio
Length: 25s

BusinessWeek Executive Editor John Byrne and International News Editor Pete Engardio invite their listeners to imagine a world in which socially responsible and eco-friendly practices actually boost a company's bottom line…

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Sweet Revenge

0000-00-00 :: Jena McGregor
Length: 13s

BW Executive Editor John Byrne talks with Jena McGregor, editor, management, about how, in the numbers-driven world of business, it's easy to forget that the desire to get even is a primal human impulse…

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Blowup at Home Depot

0000-00-00 :: Brian Grow
Length: 23s

BW's executive editor, John Byrne, and correspondent Brian Grow talk about how in the end, Bob Nardelli's departure from Home Depot came down to a squabble over pay for performance. They discuss getting the inside story on the controversial CEO …