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September 30, 2006

Barron's Weekend Headlines Summary

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 9/30/2006 04:16:00 AM


















COVER STORY

Cheap Seats Available
Next year could be the most profitable ever for U.S. airlines, barring a sharp economic downturn. There are good opportunities among major carriers. _____________________________________________________________________
BARRON'S FEATURE
Housing Hangover?
Home builders who used land options and joint ventures to secure land during the housing boom could face substantial writedowns if the downturn is severe. _____________________________________________________________________
BARRON'S FEATURE

A Fetching Stock
PetSmart's aggressive push into pet "hotels" and other popular services is helping the leading U.S. retailer of pet food and supplies win many loyal customers -- and boost profitability. _____________________________________________________________________
BARRON'S INTERVIEW

Samsung's Grand Ambitions
Jong-Yong Yun aims high by aiming low in the handset business. How important are killer apps? _____________________________________________________________________
UP &DOWN WALL STREET
Infestation of Bugs
Tracing the source of the bugging outbreak. A caveat emptor stock market. _____________________________________________________________________
THE TRADER
Riding High
After the markets' grand week, will public investors recommit to stocks? _____________________________________________________________________
INTERNATIONAL TRADER - EUROPE

E.On Offer Spot On
There's strong logic in the German firm's play for Spanish utility Endesa. _____________________________________________________________________
TECH TRADER
Fun With Fiber, Verizon-Style
Verizon's FiOS fiber-optic service will knock down the walls between TV and Internet.

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