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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Richard DeKaser
What's in store for the economy? Has the sub-prime meltdown been contained? Listen as Richard and Jim talk about these issues, including what the Fed will do with interest rates and what to look for in the coming months for the economy.
Bill Dunkelberg
How's the economy doing these day? Bill joins Jim to report on what small business owners think about how the economy is doing, and it's not as bad as things might seem.
Ray Keating
Ray joins Jim to talk about how the leading presidential candidates are sounding for small business interests. Ray also offers his ideas on how the economy will perform over the next few months.
Sam Norwood
How's the economy doing these days? Sam joins Jim to discuss whether the economy is headed up or down over the next few months. <br></["br"]>
Doug Tatum
What do you do when your business is too small to be big, and too big to be small? Doug joins Jim to tackle this issue and explain how it happens, how to identify this condition and what to do about it.
Austin Kiplinger
Joan Pryde
Joan and Jim open this interview talking about what is being done by the government to assist the thousands of homeowners who are in danger of loosing their houses through foreclosure. They also discuss some new advances in wireless Internet access in your car and on airplanes. Then the editor-emeritus of the Kiplinger Editors, Austin Kiplinger, joins Jim as they celebrate his 89th birthday and the 84th anniversary of the Kiplinger Letter. Jim considers Mr. Kiplinger to be a national treasure and a witness to the 20th century, so you don't want to miss his perspectives on the current and future economic and political landscapes.
Bill Dunkelberg
Is the Fed going to bail out Wall Street with lower interest rates? Bill and Jim talk about what has gotten us to this tenuous point in the economy and the moral hazard the Fed is weighting in their decision of what to do with interest rates. Bill also talks about what he things the economy is going to do over the next few months.
Sam Norwood
How's the economy doing these day? Sam joins Jim with his most recent report on the economy, and while the news isn't great, for small businesses there are reasons to be cautious, Sam talks about whether we should be worried about a recession.
Bob McTeer
Is the economy headed for hard times? Bob tells Jim what he thinks about the economy, what the Fed will do with rates in the next meeting, the strength of the global economy, and even a Texas haiku.
William Conerly
What happens on Wall Street is not an indication of what's happening on Main Street, and Bill and Jim discuss why the Wall St. tail tries to wag the Main St. dog. They also talk about what small businesses should be doing to prepare for a possible slow-down in the economy.

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