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2:00 am
Fri January 13, 2012

The Last Word In Business

On Twitter, News Corps. Chief Rupert Murdoch confessed: "We screwed up in every way possible." He added the company learned a lot of valuable and expensive lessons from the purchase of the social networking site.

Election 2012
2:00 am
Fri January 13, 2012

Gingrich Backs Off On Private Equity Jabs

As Newt Gingrich campaigned in South Carolina yesterday, there were signs he was beginning to soften his critique of the private equity career of rival Mitt Romney. Gingrich had come under fire this week from fellow Republicans for his attack on Romney.

2:00 am
Fri January 13, 2012

NFL Playoff Preview

David Greene talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about this weekend's NFL match-ups. Tim Tebow will lead the Denver Broncos against the New England Patriots in the marquee game Saturday night.

Deceptive Cadence
10:28 pm
Thu January 12, 2012

Will The Show Go On At New York City Opera?

The embattled general manager and artistic director of New York City Opera, George Steel.
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Originally published on Fri January 13, 2012 9:50 am

For almost 70 years, New York City has been home to two opera companies: the well-heeled Metropolitan Opera and its scrappy younger sibling, the New York City Opera. But City Opera has fallen on hard times, and a bitter labor dispute might mean curtains for this beloved institution.

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5:15 am
Thu January 12, 2012

Crocodile Rocks Family's Slumber