Skip to main content TV delivered a little taste of everything this week, from


(SBUX) calorie-rich menu to Maurice "Hank" Greenberg on investing in China as well as


(INTC) growing tech bets in that country.

Take a look at the editors' choices of the videos of the week, and let us know what you think by

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Strategy Session

April 17, 2008

Calorie-Label Law Could Starve SBUX


Kristin Bentz and Simon Constable are staggered to find out how many calories are in Frappucinos and lemon bars and speculate that New York's labeling law could drive customers to smaller restaurants.

Cramer On Demand

April 16, 2008

Cramer: First Solar Is the Bomb

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TheStreet Recommends


This stock is best in class in the solar sphere, says Jim Cramer in this interview with Farnoosh Torabi.

Executive Interview

April 15, 2008

Hank Greenberg Makes China Connection


In a special interview with's

Gregg Greenberg, insurance titan Maurice "Hank" Greenberg speaks about investing in China.

China Watch

April 14, 2008

China Watch: Intel's Money's on Tech


Intel is betting big on tech in China -- investing another $500 million over the next several years. Patrick Schultz says maybe you should bet on it, too.

Man on the Street

April 14, 2008

AOL Is So 1998 -- Steer Clear, Yahoo!

: has learned that in the battle between AOL and everyone else -- social networking sites and rival instant message programs --


(YHOO) is a big, fat loser.

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