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Bloomberg News: Episodes

Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Les Funtleyder, a consumer analyst
with Miller Tabak & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and
Tom Keene about President Barack Obama's address to a joint
session of Congress on the proposed health-care bill.
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Phillip Swagel, professor of
economics at McDonough School of Business and former assistant
Treasury secretary for economic policy under President George W.
Bush, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene about
financial market regulation and government support of home ...
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary
Shilling & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt
about the implications of increased consumer savings for the
U.S. economy.
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Price, founder of MFP
Investors LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt
about the U.S. economy, the newspaper industry and the
implications of private equity funds buying debt of bankrupt
companies at 30 cents to 50 cents on the dollar before proposing
restructurings ...
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Carnell, chief international
economist at ING Financial Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Ken
Prewitt about U.S. consumer debt and the economy.
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Ralph Silva, research director at
Tower Group Plc, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt about Kraft
Foods Inc., bid to buy candy maker Cadbury Plc, the U.S. stock
markets and the banking industry.
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper
Jaffray & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt about the
possibility that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs
may make his first public appearance after his liver transplant
at a company event.
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Harry Tchilinguirian, a senior oil
analyst at BNP Paribas SA, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt
about crude oil demand, prices and inventories, and the meeting
of OPEC ministers in Vienna.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Harold McGraw, chief executive
officer of McGraw-Hill Cos., talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt
and Tom Keene about the class-action lawsuit against the
company's Standard & Poor's unit over deceptive ratings of
private-placement notes.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Growe, an analyst with
Stifel Nicolaus & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and
Tom Keene about Kraft Foods Inc.'s rejected offer for Cadbury
Plc, and why competitors Hershey Co. and Nestle SA won't bid.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Bob Ivry talks with Ken
Prewitt and Tom Keene about the repercussions of the U.S.
federal government allowing Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. to
file for bankruptcy.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Carl Weinberg, chief economist at
High Frequency Economics Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene
and Ken Prewitt about the Japanese economy and currency markets.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Roger Kubarych, senior fellow at the
Council on Foreign Relations, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene
and Ken Prewitt about U.S. employment, the economy, the effect
of stimulus on consumer spending and financial industry reforms.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Howard Davidowitz, chairman of
Davidowitz & Associates Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene
and Ken Prewitt about the U.S. economy, retail sales and
commercial real estate.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Jon Nadler, a senior analyst at
Kitco Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt about gold
prices, the dollar and the risks of inflation.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Mike Lenhoff, chief strategist at
Brewin Dolphin Securities Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Ken
Prewitt about gold prices, corporate earnings, risks of
inflation and central banks' monetary policies.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Larry Hatheway, chief economist at
UBS Investment Bank, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt about
gold prices, the dollar, and the economy.
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Gerard Cassidy, an analyst at RBC
Capital Markets in Portland, Maine, talks with Bloomberg's Ken
Prewitt about the U.S. banking industry and the economy.
Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Barry Eichengreen, professor of
economics and political science at the University of California
at Berkeley, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene
about the regulation of financial markets and global trade.
Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- T. Boone Pickens, founder and
chairman of BP Capital LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt
and Tom Keene about his plan to use natural-gas technology to
break U.S. dependency on foreign oil.
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