Business Without Borders

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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

30 Issues in Thirty Days continues with a look at free trade and globalization with stories from the frontlines of global competition, and the candidates’ positions on the issue. Plus, did last night’s debate leave anyone undecided? This week's Wiki-produced 30 Issues in 30 Days segment is on Oil and Alternative Energy.
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Global Rate Cut

Greg Ip, U.S. economics editor for The Economist talks about the latest effort to boost confidence in the global economy.

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Post-Debate Coverage: Undecided Voters

WNYC political director Andrea Bernstein gives post-debate analysis from Nashville. Plus, we get reactions from two undecided voters, Enrique Facundo and Kathy Nyberg.

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Fear Itself

New York Times reporter Vikas Bajaj talks about how emotions are trumping logic when it comes to the markets and other financial news.

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Thirty Issues: Globalization

First, call in with your tales from the global economy: Did your job cross the border without you? Are your biggest customers overseas? Are you now supervising workers in Bangalore? Call in and comment below.

Philip Levy, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and ...

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