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This week TV caught up with two high-profile names: American Apparel (APP) - Get Applovin Corporation Report CEO Dov Charney and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell. We also got a feel for the new BlackBerry Storm and answered the burning question of whether the cigarette industry can survive.

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American Apparel: Sex and the CEO

Nov. 20, 2008

In Part Two of her wide-ranging interview with American Apparel CEO Dov Charney, Kristin Bentz, The Talented Blonde, gets the lowdown on the company's legal turmoil.

BlackBerry Storm: Love at First Touch

Nov. 20, 2008

Gary Krakow is the first to put

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( RIMM) first touch-screen phone, the BlackBerry Storm, through its paces here in the United States and in Europe. And he thinks it's the best BlackBerry ever.

Gladwell: Bill Gates Got Lucky

Nov. 19, 2008

Malcolm Gladwell, best-selling author of

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, explains why


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founder Bill Gates may have been more lucky than smart, why the Beatles needed 10,000 hours of practice to succeed and why he considers President-elect Barack Obama our next outlier-in-chief.

Shocker Stock: Gilead

Nov. 19, 2008

Stephanie Link, director of research for the Action Alerts Plus Portfolio, defends her team's stake in


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even though it has no dividend and faces stiff competition.

Will Cigarette Makers Go Up in Smoke?

Nov. 18, 2008

David Peltier, portfolio manager of the Dividend Stock Adviser, examines whether


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high dividends can withstand a stock sell-off and skyrocketing cigarette prices.

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