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Online Exclusives for Thursday, Nov. 15

Thu, 15 Nov 2007 04:08:57 +0000

Fiscally Fit: It’s open enrollment season again — Terri offers advice on how to avoid common mistakes. Tech Diary: What do people think about the new high-tech GPS computers that have been installed in New York City taxis? Andy Jordan rides along for an evening with a Cyndi Lauper-loving cabbie to find out. On the […]



Page-One Extras for Thursday, Nov. 15

Thu, 15 Nov 2007 04:08:49 +0000

Merrill Taps NYSE’s Thain as CEO Question of the Day: Which will be in the best shape five years from now: Citigroup, Merrill Lynch or NYSE Euronext? Don’t Be a Square at the Post Office — There’s a Surcharge See photos from Mr. Friedman’s visit to the Buffalo postal processing center.



Links for Thursday’s paper, Nov. 15

Thu, 15 Nov 2007 04:08:38 +0000

Economists in Poll Expect Credit Turmoil to Continue Dig into an interactive graphic charting the results of the survey and download the full findings. Games Backers Play Up Green Read more coverage of China’s preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games. Good News for Professionals Who Want to Work at Home The Juggle: Sue Shellenbarger on […]



Links for Wednesday’s paper, Nov. 14

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 04:43:01 +0000

Holiday Sales, Sure — But Don’t Expect Steals Question of the Day: When will you start your holiday shopping? Gates Foundation, China to Fight AIDS Read a Q&A with Bill Gates on AIDS prevention in China Veteran Weighs In on Tackling Bad Loans Talking Business: Join a discussion about bankers’ judgments. Wal-Mart’s Net Rises 7.9% […]



Online Exclusives for Wednesday, Nov. 14

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 04:38:10 +0000

Me and My Car: Jonathan Welsh answers readers questions on cars. Numbers Guy: Congressional Democrats estimate the cost of war at $1.5 trillion. A look at what they’re including — and which presidential candidates are citing which numbers. On the Block: Postings and slideshows covering Christie’s post-war and contemporary art auction tonight. Kurdish Conflict: An […]


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Page One Extras for Wednesday, Nov. 14

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 04:37:11 +0000

McCaw Bets Again on Wireless Frontier Video: WSJ’s Amol Sharma takes a closer look at Mr. McCaw’s bet on WiMax. Key Dates: Craig McCaw’s career



Links for Tuesday’s paper, Nov. 13

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 04:03:11 +0000

What Giuliani’s Lead Really Means Forum: Join a discussion on Rudy Giuliani’s campaign. I’m Not Really Late, I’m Just Indulging In Magical Thinking The Outbox: Join a discussion on office tardiness. Flying the Ultra No-Frills Airline Forum: Join a discussion on the market for bare-bones airlines in the U.S. A Reputation in Music Built as […]



Page-One Extras for Tuesday’s paper, Nov. 13

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 03:49:39 +0000

Mortgage Crisis Extends Its Reach Debt Dilemma: See a map of mortgage delinquencies, plus more coverage of troubles in the credit markets. Kidney Shortage Inspires a Radical Idea: Organ Sales Econ 1 on 1: Two economists consider the feasibility of a system that would allow for organ sales. On Wall Street, a Gold Bug Goes […]



Online Exclusives for Tuesday, Nov. 13

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 03:49:27 +0000

Numbers Guy: How does the U.S. rank in life expectancy? It depends on how you crunch the numbers. What’s Your Workout? How a 45-year-old vet at the San Francisco zoo stays fit to keep up with her patients.



Page-One Extras for Monday’s paper. Nov. 12

Mon, 12 Nov 2007 04:22:21 +0000

How a Business Flop Became Political Force See data on campaign donations from Norman Hsu and other Democratic contributors whose giving correlates with his, and read more about the growth of bundling. P&G’s Push Into Perfume Tests a Stodgy Marketer Interactive Graphic: See how Procter & Gamble used high-end design in its Rock ‘n Rose […]