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Wed November 16, 2011
Education

Beverage Business Institute to Host Inaugural Workshop

Beverage Business Institute

As Americans develop more of a thirst for beer, wine and spirits produced in small batches, a newly formed Beverage Business Institute is helping Colorado businesses meet the demand.

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2:00am

Wed November 16, 2011
Asia

President Obama Travels To Australia

Australia is the latest stop on President Obama's tour of the Pacific Rim countries that the president thinks should be the new focus of U.S. foreign policy. It is already the focus of a competition for influence with China.

2:00am

Wed November 16, 2011
Afghanistan

Afghan Council To Consider Framework For U.S. Partnership

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2:00am

Wed November 16, 2011
Business

Olympus Scandal Could Hasten Disclosure Changes

Originally published on Wed November 16, 2011 6:20 am

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And here's a follow-up to the dramatic scandal at Olympus, which we've been following on this program. It's one of Japan's most respected corporations - or it was. Now executives Olympus are facing criminal charges and prison sentences. The company may be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and may also go bankrupt. All this after revelations of dubious acquisitions and allegations of massive accounting fraud. From Tokyo, Lucy Craft has more.

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2:00am

Wed November 16, 2011
Business

House Panel Votes To End Fannie, Freddie Bonuses

The House Financial Services Committee voted on Wednesday to suspend nearly $13 million in bonuses paid to executives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The measure would also prohibit future bonuses. The Senate is expected to take up similar legislation.

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