Wall Street Bull

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Friday, May 12, 2006

When the business host Louis Rukeyser died last week, he was lauded for his 32 years as the purveyor of stock market advice for the masses. But New York Times columnist Joe Nocera says Ruykeyser’s bullish message was the wrong one to send. Also: gubernatorial candidate Tom Suozzi and public radio travel expert Rudy Maxa.

One Man Show

Tom Suozzi, Nassau County Executive (D)
- on his gubernatorial run against Elliot Spitzer and his one-person debates

» Suozzi for Governor
» Nassau County Executive website


Wall Street Bull

Joe Nocera, business columnist for The New York Times
- why he thinks the late Louis Rukeyser's message to the masses was too bullish

» Joe Nocera's bio at the New York Times


On The Road

Rudy Maxa, contributing editor to National Geographic Traveler, the "Savvy Traveler" - on where to go and what to see this summer

» Rudy



For the orchid-loving listener who called it to ask for travel advice from guest Rudy Maxa, some fellow listeners wrote in with these suggestions:

Orchid Room
Phipps Conservatory

the best way to find orchids is trekking in Burma or any other
mountainous part of ...


Required Reading: May 12, 2006

In which Qwest bucks the trend in NSA cooperations, Gehry tells brooklyn protesters they should've picketed Henry Ford, A NY Post Columnist Ponders a Different Kind of Voting Problem, Times Columnist ponders the time when he was fired from the Times, 7-11 Expands in City
(Apologies for the tardiness)



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