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What the Fed? Credit Card Con

Nov. 26, 2008

Debra Borchardt breaks down the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility plan and suggests a plan of her own.

Big Mac and a Side of Cash

Nov. 26, 2008

Stephanie Link, director of research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus portfolio, unveils the shocker stock of the week and explains why McDonald's (MCD) - Get McDonald's Corporation Report is a steal, in this interview with Alix Steel.

Sony OLED: World's Best TV

Nov. 25, 2008

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Gary Krakow investigates the first example of Sony's (SNE) - Get Sony Corp. Report new flat-screen television technology, which uses organic light-emitting diodes. After exhaustive viewing sessions, he thinks it's the best TV he's ever watched.

AIG Getting Back to Basics

Nov. 25, 2008

Charles Williamson, president of AIG's (AIG) - Get American International Group Inc. Report Private Client Group, says the troubled insurer's core businesses remain in good shape even as the company restructures itself. He also says that policyholders remain well protected. Gregg Greenberg interviews him.

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Amgen Builds Body of Evidence for Bone Drug

Nov. 25, 2008's Elizabeth Trotta talks to Glenn Begley, vice president for hematology oncology research at Amgen (AMGN) - Get Amgen Inc. Report, about potential blockbuster bone drug denosumab.

Just Say No to Citi

Nov. 24, 2008

Debra Borchardt says the unthinkable: Maybe it's time to start saying "No."

Karito Kids Makes Oprah's O List

Nov. 25, 2008

One savvy business has found the key to a successful children's toy and an opportunity to give back.

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