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Not long ago, the idea of someone buying AT&T seemed unthinkable — let alone, a Baby Bell. But now that SBC has stepped up to the plate, what does the future hold for AT&T's legacy? Find out, when Neil sits down for an exclusive interview with David Dorman (search), chairman and CEO of AT&T.
What does Wall Street expect from the latest Fed meeting? We'll take the market's temperature with Chris Russo, senior vice president of GunnAllen Financial; David Nelson, president of D.C. Asset Management, and Tom Gentile, chief market strategist for Optionetics.
Talk about Medicare rising to the occasion: its new prescription benefit will now cover sexual performance drugs including Viagra. Is that the right move? We'll ask Mary Alice Carr, director of advocacy programs at NARAL Pro-choice America.
Plus, feeling lucky? We'll talk earnings and expectations with MGM Mirage (search) Chairman Terry Lanni.
And, kiss of death, or Party savior? We'll ask top Harold Ickes, former deputy chief of staff for President Clinton, why he's supporting Howard Dean's candidacy for DNC chair.
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