Niall Ferguson on the Problems of Economic Complexity Niall Ferguson, David Gergen, and Mort Zuckerman discuss how America's global standing will be affected by the continuing financial crisis. In this segment, Ferguson talks about the possible
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Auto Recovery Still Has a Long Way to Go Restructuring during the crisis has left auto manufacturers well-positioned to benefit from the recovery in auto sales, says Morningstar's Dave Whiston and Rick Tauber.
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Rapper 50 Cent May be in Trouble With the SEC The Federal Reserve's latest survey says at the end of last year, factories produced more, shoppers spent more, and companies hired more. Plus: Why rapper 50 Cent may be in trouble with the SEC.
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Tips to Beat Bank Fees CBS News Business and Economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis has tips on how to beat the pesky fees that many banks have instituted.
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Alaska Oil Pipeline Is Restarted The pipeline has been down since Saturday, and delivers about 13% of the nation's domestically produced oil. Plus: American Express takes top honors at the annual Consumer's Choice Awards.
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Daniel Kessler on Healthcare's Original Sin David Brady and Daniel Kessler combine the insights of a political scientist with those of an economist and offer unique observations into the political forces and policies at play in the current health care debate. Brady and Kessler compare the politics of Clintoncare in 1993 to the politics of Obamacare today.
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How the US Government Coerces Seniors into Medicare Supporters claim a new "government option" would compete on a level playing field with private health insurance. But a new lawsuit belies that claim.Since 1993, the Social Security Administration has effectively coerced seniors into enrolling in Medicare by decreeing that those who opt out of Medicare for private insurance must forfeit all Social Security benefits, past and future.
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Verizon Wireless to Start Selling iPhone The wireless carrier will start selling Apple's popular mobile device on February 10. Plus: MySpace officially announced it's slashing half its workforce.
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Portugal Finance Minister Says We Don't Need Aid The country's debt problems have spooked investors and caused the country's borrowing costs to soar. Plus: Verizon expected to announce today it will begin selling the iPhone.
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Blue Shield Hikes Health Insurance in California There is outrage over a new hike for Blue Shield of California insurance customers, who may have to pay as much as 59% more each month for coverage. Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles.
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Good News for the Economy Nope, it's not your imagination says Eric Schurenberg: the economy does show real signs of improvement. He explains what this means for your investment strategy.
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The Biggest 401k Mistakes to Avoid Jill Schlesinger takes us through the common mistakes workers make when it comes to their retirement accounts.
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Renewed Confidence Boosts Retail Sales A steady drop in layoffs is giving people who have jobs more confidence to spend money. Plus: Verizon Wireless expected to unveil long-awaited iPhone.
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Ways to Make Money in 2011 Jason Cochran, Editor-at-Large, Walletpop.com spoke with Russ Mitchell on what to expect when it comes to our credit, investments, home, job, savings and investments in the New Year.
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Where the Jobs Market Is Heading Tig Gilliam, CEO of Adecco Group North America, spoke with Rebecca Jarvis on the latest unemployment numbers, what the increase in job rates indicates, and what we can expect throughout 2011.
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Account Mapping Tools for Complex Sales Ton Gun Sales Performance CEO Steve Obsborne talks about how to better manage your sales organization with a new sales account mapping tool.
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