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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Lehman BrothersThe downfall of a Wall Street giant
    As Bank of America buys Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers files for bankruptcy, all eyes are on Wall Street for the depth of the impact caused by the collapse of these venerable investment banks.9:06 a.m.
    Ross Levin: President of Accredited Investors Inc.
    Clark Winter: Founder of Winter Capital International, an independent advisory firm, and a former director of portfolio strategy and managing director of Goldman Sachs & Co. His new book is called "The Either/Or Investor."
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  • Bob SchiefferThe face of Face the Nation
    Bob Schieffer wrote his first commentary after the death of Richard Nixon in 1994. Since then he's delivered hundreds of his "final thoughts" at the end of Face the Nation. His best, including commentaries on his commentaries, are collected in a new book.10:06 a.m.
    Bob Schieffer: Moderator of Face the Nation on CBS. His new book is "Bob Schieffer's America."

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