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Business
4:00 am
Tue November 15, 2011

'Batman' Video Game Aims To Get Your Money 2 Times

The video game "Batman: Arkham City" is one of the hottest titles of the year. Its publisher, Warner Brothers, has found several ways to make extra money from its sales. Renee Montagne talks to Kill Screen Magazine co-founder Jamin Warren about the industry's creative business models.

Business
4:00 am
Tue November 15, 2011

The Last Word In Business

Steve Inskeep has the Last Word in business.

Around the Nation
4:00 am
Tue November 15, 2011

Occupy LA Divides Protesters, Homeless

Originally published on Wed November 16, 2011 8:39 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

The Occupy camp in Los Angeles has become something of a microcosm of the city. Some differences are showing among people who call themselves the 99 Percent, homeless people clustered in an area called Skid Row. You find protesters with jobs in an area dubbed Westwood, an affluent community near UCLA. Gloria Hillard reports.

GLORIA HILLARD, BYLINE: Rain the night before has given way to a crisp and clear Los Angeles morning. Shelly Moss pulls a crocheted maroon sweater over her blond hair and adjusts her glasses.

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Business
4:00 am
Tue November 15, 2011

Business News

The Canadian company that wants to build an oil pipeline from Alberta to the Gulf of Mexico says it will shift its route. Monday's announcement came after President Obama said he would delay a decision to approve the $7 billion project. Nebraska residents were concerned about the pipeline running through an environmentally sensitive area, and possibly contaminating water supplies.

Business
4:00 am
Tue November 15, 2011

FHA To Issue Annual Report

The Federal Housing Administration today issues its annual report to Congress. A Wharton School professor is warning the FHA's problems are worse than the agency is letting on. The professor predicts that taxpayers will have to provide another multi billion dollar bailout if the economy doesn't improve soon.

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