Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Daily: The $100 Billion Hurricane



The $100 Billion Hurricane
Matthew Herper
Scientists who study climate expect frequent powerful storms. Katrina could be just the beginning.

A Better Way To Detect Breast Cancer?
8.30.05, 5:04 AM ET - Danit Lidor
A study next month is expected to show digital scanning's efficacy over standard X-rays. GE could benefit.

The Next Energy Crisis
9.05.05, 12:00 AM ET - Christopher Helman
America has enough coal to last 250 years. So why is there a shortage?

Adviser Soapbox
Stock Split Decisions
8.29.05, 12:03 PM ET - Richard Moroney, Dow Theory Forecasts
With stocks like Google and Valero in the stratosphere, should investors buy in anticipation of a split?

Iraq Draft Constitution Has Strong Federal Theme
8.30.05, 5:04 AM ET - Oxford Analytica
Iraq's draft constitution--up for public ratification in October--leaves much for future parliments to decide.

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Katrina's Silver Lining
8.30.05, 9:19 AM ET - Tom Van Riper
Despite the damage and disaster, some companies' stocks will profit.

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Small Business Survival Guide
8.30.05, 9:18 AM ET - Scott Reeves
When the winds build and disaster strikes, some tips on how to get back to work fast.

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Cursing Katrina
8.30.05, 10:59 AM ET - Tomas Kellner
Weather sends battered insurers running for cover or to Uncle Sam.

Home Improvement
The Most Expensive States To Insure Your Home 2005
8.29.05, 11:30 AM ET - Sara Clemence
Think the states with the most hurricanes have the highest homeowners' premiums? Think again.

Income Inequality Threatens Growth
8.29.05, 5:03 AM ET - Oxford Analytica
Income disparity in the U.S. has repercussions beyond "have and have not."


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