Stock Market


Jim Glassman
*Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
*Author, The Secret Code of the Superior Investor: How to Be a Long-Term Winner in a Short-Term World(Crown, 2002)

Investor confidence sagged Wednesday after the discovery of an accounting scandal at telecommunications giant Worldcom. Is there any good news to be found in the business section right now? Financial writer Jim Glassman says yes. He joins Neal Conan to look at a few bright spots in the economy.

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