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Tax attorney Bob Willens explains how off-balance-sheet accounting is supposed to work.
Municipal-bond fund manager Clark Stamper discusses what he's buying and his outlook for rates and the economy.
Templeton World Fund manager Jeff Everett explains why Chinese companies look so attractive lately.
Scudder's emerging markets bond fund managers reflect on 2001 and predict what 2002 will bring.
The CEO of furniture store chain Ethan Allen explains how Sept. 11 actually has helped his company's sales.
Scudder Health Care fund manager James Fenger discusses the factors behind biotech's recent rebound.
Jordan Heller, a financial consultant, advises long-term investors to stay the course.
The head of a bomb detection equipment company surveys the security landscape after Sept. 11.
Strategist Louise Purtle says bond investors need to reduce their risk, and discusses how they should do it.
First Industrial Realty Trust CEO Mike Brennan discusses the outlook for industrial real estate investment trusts.