Saturday, March 14, 2009

WEEK IN REVIEW: MARCH 8-14th, 2009

As the final hours of this week fade into history...
Congress is currently debating the ins and outs of the annual National budget while President Obama and his administration are addressing other issues of state.
Obama also met with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio.
The stock market has rallied over the last few days, but analysts, pundits, and investors are still keeping a close eye on the economy.
Victims everywhere are celebrating the conviction and long term prison sentence of ponzi scheme originator Bernard Madoff, but will be even happier if they are ever able to recover any of their losses.
Alan Livingston, who created the character Bozo the Clown and brought The Beatles to America through Capitol Records, amongst other achievements, passed away at the age of 91.
As reported elsewhere, Mattel is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Barbie, while sports fans and office pool enthusiasts everywhere will know the NCAA brackets for "March Madness" by Monday morning.
For more news at any time, just go to the IN OTHER NEWS feature at the bottom of this page.

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