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President Bush names his father and former President Bill Clinton to lead an effort to encourage more businesses and individuals to pony up and help out.
John Hewitt, CEO of Liberty Tax Service, who has vowed to make a donation to tsunami victims for every tax return his firm prepares this season, is a perfect example.
Pope John Paul II is alive and well, but that hasn't stopped some in the Catholic hierarchy on planning life after he goes. Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, examines who could be the next pope.
As January goes, so goes the year. Should investors be worried, or giddy? And, which stocks will help make your 2005 a happy new year? We'll take the market's temperature with Bill Simon, former California gubernatorial candidate, and Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management.
Plus, it was once hated by the music industry. But that was then. Now Napster is singing to its own tune while ringing the opening bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite and going public. What does this mean for industry rivals going forward? We'll ask Chris Gorog, chairman and CEO of Napster.
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