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Writing was on the wall for Chuck Prince wasn't it?Writing was on the wall for Chuck prince not just related to the sub-prime crisis and the additional four maybe eight billion of asset write-downs we will see in the fourth quarter or quarter one next year ,but also because the citi, oh, sorry, wall street had questioned severely whether he was the right man in the first place. the succession issue following on from Sandy Weill back in 2003, was never, was never liked by the street.yeah, their exposure to the subprime market is big but it's not that big,it's enough, it's not enough to cause the major damage to the company.well,you're both right and wrong in saying it. This is half the problem,we don't actually know what the total exposure to the SIVs, or to the pa(per), to essentially the paper , that is floating around the world so it clearly is substantially higher than I think has been alluded to by Chuck prince in the very confident statement he made a few months ago.what I most gonna say is that the bigger of the two problems for Chuck Prince was the, was citigroup itself, that the unveiled the nature of the business.That's absolutely right .I mean, it, to be fair to him, he came in 2003 as a lawyer. And now that's a problem because he had precious little banking experience he was thrust to the Enron issues that didn't help his cost base was far too high the investors don't believe that he has brought that down fast enough and so on and so forth and now we have this the sub-prime situation which is what 3 months old today in terms of the way that markets have given the banking set to the clout, you know a real clouty.yeah we've, this problem will get worse not better.Stan O'neal last week Chuck prince over the weekend , who's next ?Well,I think there is a lot of pressure on the Bear Stearns, because Bear Stearns was the, was where this should really came to a head but of course European banks aren't out of the morrow either, I mean BNP paribas they've had, they've had exposure ,Is there a bank in, a major bank in Europe and in the US that hasn't had exposure so all of them will be seriously questioned by the investors, so I think this is the, this is only the start of the pile.Notes:SIV: A structured investment vehicle (SIV) is a fixed income maturity transformation fund, similar to a CDO or Conduit. 200807/43634Anchor: Well, for years, people have been trying to keep up with the Joneses, but instead of competing with your neighbors, how about actually trying to get along with them? Joining us with some simple tips on how to deal with those likeable and not so likeable neighbors is Betty Wong; she is the Executive Editor of Family Circle magazine. Good morning, Betty.Betty: Good morning, Anna.Anchor: Well, in an ideal world, I guess we would all get along with our neighbors, wouldn't we?Betty: Right, right. We hope so.Anchor: But why is it important to have a good relationship with them?Betty: Well, you know, your home is your sanctuary. And how you get along with your neighbors really plays a large part in your health wellbeing and happiness, because you know, your neighbors really kind of make your home. And so it's important at least to establish a good, cordial, or at least polite relationship with your neighbors, and that...Anchor: How do we establish that? When you move into a neighborhood, right, should you reach out to the neighbors or should they be reaching out to you?Betty: I think it could work either way. I mean, certainly, if they don't reach out to you, don't assume that they are being rude or unfriendly. They just might be holding back because they think you are too busy--unpacking and settling in. So if they don't make that first step, you know, after a few days, go ahead and introduce yourself, because I think once you are on a first name basis with your neighbors, it makes that much easier to, you know, prevent problems later on, or maybe call on them for a favor down the road like if you are on a vacation and you need them to water your plants and pick up your mail. It's much easier when you know them personally.Anchor: Yeah, neighbors can be really really helpful, but of course they can also be annoying. So we went out on the street, and we ask some people what sorts of problems they may be having with their neighbors. Here's one answer that we got.Interviewee1: Our neighbor plays music, really really loudly. He's three houses down, and it's extremely loud from early in the morning to late at night. What do we do to ask him to not play music so loudly?Anchor: Forever, this is a pretty common problem, you hear this a lot. Betty: Yes, it is. Loud music is one of those top complaints, and I think you know for most reasons... people, they probably aren't even aware that they are causing problems for their neighbors. And I think if you bring it up to that your neighbors' attention they will be more than happy to fix it. But you can take that, you know it's- not- you, it's-me approach. You could say something like, you know, I kind of, I'm really a light-sniff sleeper or I suffer from migraines. Can you help me out by, you know, turning down the music during those evening hours or the early morning, or come up with a compromise that works for both of you, a resolution that works for both of you. Anchor: Don't just call the police, right? which a lot of people do. So that's a common complaint: loud music, but also sometimes we can have smells and other things that assault our senses as in the case of another person we talked to on the street.Interviewee2: My neighbor upstairs cooks a lot. She's pounding on the counters a lot, and a smelly foods smell comes right to the vent, so what should I do, how should I handle this?Anchor: Oh, the trials and tribulations of apartment living.Betty: Well, that's a tough one. That's a really sensitive situation. Because you want to live in the comfort of your own home, and not have to deal with unpleasant smells,(Right.) but then your neighbors are just as entitled to cook whatever she likes in the comfort of her own home. So I'd, you know, say , approach her if you work up the nerve, you could say, you know, I am not sure if you realized what's happening but you know I can smell something coming from your kitchen, could you, would you mind opening your windows or maybe using your exhaust fan? You try to approach them, you know, politely, reasonably, and if that doesn't work, you could also just talk to management because maybe there is something wrong with your building's ventilation system.(Exactly) If something is coming into your apartment, that might be a quick fix, without, you know, having that uncomfortable conversation. Anchor: What if the things that you say in this month's Family Circle is that there is power in numbers, right? So when you are approaching your neighbor, what should you do?Betty: Yeah. I mean sometimes it does help to gather up some troops, you know, get support from your fellow neighbors, but you have to be sensitive that you are not ganging up on your next door neighbor. so..Anchor: Right, you don't want it to be like an intervention or something like that, (Yeah, exactly) what about a noisy neighbor,(Well.) I mean a nosy neighbor, (Oh, nosy)I mean someone is always like, you know, you feel they're always like cut it around, checking out your every move.Betty: Right, I think a lot of time as we may mistake noisy behavior for being, you know, nosy or poky when they are just being kind of trying to be friendly, or maybe that person's lonely. It's... You kind of have to see what the motive is there, and oftentimes, if you, if you are little evasive, or, you just don't answer their question, they often take the hint and back off.Anchor: And the neighbor that come to visit and won't go away?Betty: Well, I think, you know that, there are might be somebody who is just really lonely and wants a friend. You know oftentimes I think the rule is five, ten minute-visit, is fine. Because you know that way you are up imposing on that person's schedule or that person's plan. But you know, you don't have to be best friends with your neighbor at all, you can just be civil and polite, and say hello in the morning as he come and go, and that makes everybody's relationship so much better.Anchor: Well, that's important. Betty Wong, Thanks so much for the tips we appreciate from Family Circle magazine and for more on this topic and others, head to the Early Show website at CBSnews.com.200807/44112Scripts:on above On this week’s Fortune First, Coke or Pepsi.It is the question that has fueled the rivalry known as the "cola wars" for decades, but the fight is no longer just about the cola.Americans are drinking less carbonated sodas and they want healthier things. Coca Cola launched Coke Zero, a calorie-free drink sweeter than Diet Coke and recently purchased Vitamin Water. The company also created "Make every drop count ,"an interactive program which encourages coke drinkers to live healthy and active lifestyles. Pepsi is not missing a beat either.They’ve been buying healthier brands, Naked Juice, Star Foods, one of their key divisions is Quaker Foods which of course makes a variety of healthier alternatives. They had a whole chain of fast food restaurants they don’t own those any more. One of the things that they have done which is kind of innovative is they put together a theatre group. Basically it’s an alternative to the focus group.These plays don’t promote Pepsi so much as healthy lifestyles to the audience of retail Executives and Pepsi sales teams.Coke and Pepsi are not the only companies that are struggling to meet consumer demands. Many fast food giants have added healthier options to their s.Rivalries are ultimately always a good thing for the consumer at least because they spur competitiveness. Notes: Theatre group: 剧组200807/43327

Democratic Party presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama faced off in a debate Thursday in Texas. There was more agreement on issues than clashes over differences. 民主党总统候选人提名竞争者希拉里.克林顿和巴拉克.奥巴马星期四在德克萨斯州进行了辩论。他们在辩论中对许多问题更多地表示了一致而不是相互对立的看法。The debate, on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin, was marked more by broad agreement on policy issues from immigration to health care; from the war in Iraq to this week's resignation by Cuban president Fidel Castro. But there were a few contentious moments. One came when Senator Obama was asked about charges that he had stolen phrases from a speech by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, using them in his own speeches without attribution. 在德克萨斯州立大学奥斯丁分校举行的这次辩论当中,两位民主党总统候选人提名竞争者在移民、医疗保健制度改革、伊拉克战争、本星期古巴领导人卡斯特罗辞职等一系列问题上表示了相当一致的看法。但是,辩论当中也出现几个激烈争辩的场面。奥巴马参议员被问道,他从马萨诸塞州州长帕特里克的一篇讲演当中“盗用”了几个说法用在自己的讲话当中。"The notion that I had plagiarized from someone who is one of my national co-chairs, who gave me the line and suggested that I use it, I think is silly," he said. 他回答说:“一个人是我的全国竞选班子的共同主席之一,他把一些说法给了我,建议我使用。我使用了,就说我是盗用,这种说法我觉得实在是愚蠢。”Senator Clinton followed up by saying that if a candidate bases his campaign on words, they should be his own.  希拉里.克林顿接著说,假如一个候选人把自己的竞选建立在言辞的基础上,那么其言词就应当是他自己的:"There is no doubt that you are a passionate, eloquent speaker and I applaud you for that, but when you look at what we face in this country. We do need to unite the country, but we have to unite it for a purpose around very specific goals," she said. “毫无疑问,你是一个富有、雄辩的演说家,我为你喝。但是,面对我们国家的现状,我们需要团结全国,我们必须围绕一些非常具体的问题把全国团结起来。”In the sharpest attack in the debate, Clinton said that Obama's message was not "change you can believe in, it's change you can Xerox" -- a reference to a well-known photo copy machine. The line fell flat, however, and drew boos from the audience.  在这次辩论当中,希拉里.克林顿对奥巴马发动了一次最严厉的攻击。她说,奥巴马的竞选竞选口号“诸位可以信任的变革”实际意思不过是“诸位可以用复印机复印的变革”而已。但是,希拉里.克林顿的这句话没有达到目的。辩论会会场的听众对她喝倒。In another exchange, the two candidates sparred over who would be the most y to assume the position of commander in chief.  在另外一次辩论交锋中,两位候选人就谁最有能力担当全国武装部队总司令的问题进行了争辩。Clinton emphasized her experience over the past seven years in the senate and cited an Obama supporter who had trouble coming up with a single accomplishment by the Illinois senator.  希拉里.克林顿强调她过去7年中在参议院的经验,并说奥巴马的一个持者不能明确指出奥巴马有任何一项政绩。Obama said he believed he was y to take on the responsibilities of the presidency and he noted that every major newspaper in Texas has endorsed him. In response to a question on how he would confront the probable Republican nominee, Senator John McCain, a decorated war veteran, Obama noted that McCain had supported the war in Iraq, while he, Obama, had opposed it. 奥巴马说,他认为他有能力承担总统职责。他说,德克萨斯州的所有大报都发社论对他表示持。在回答有关他会如何应对很有可能成为共和党总统候选人的麦凯恩参议员这个著名的老兵这个问题的时候,奥巴马说,麦凯恩持伊拉克战争,而他反对伊拉克战争。"It is going to be much easier for the candidate who was opposed to the concept of invading Iraq in the first place to have a debate about the wisdom of that decision than to have to argue about the tactics used subsequent to that decision," he said.Asked about her criticism of the U.S. military surge in Iraq, Clinton said achieving progress by adding more U.S. troops is not the result the ed States should be seeking."Upon taking office, I would ask the Secretary of Defense and the Joints Chief of Staff and my security advisors to give me a plan so that I could begin withdrawing our troops within 60 days," she said.One of the best moments for both candidates came at the end when they were asked to describe a crisis they had faced. Obama spoke of being raised by a single mother and overcoming challenges as a youth. Clinton said the crises she has faced are well known, but that these were nothing compared to the difficulties faced by soldiers who have been maimed in combat overseas and the problems faced by workers, homeowners and people in need of health insurance.Clinton once held a large lead here in Texas and in Ohio, the other large state which holds its primary on March 4, but Obama has won the last 19 contests in a row and has now pulled even with her in the polls. Analysts agree that Clinton needs wins in both states in order to remain viable, whereas Obama only needs to maintain his momentum to stay in the lead.200802/27793

Pope Meets Abuse Victims as World Youth Day Ends教皇晤受过神父性侵害澳大利亚人  Pope Benedict XVI has met privately with Australians who were sexually abused as children by priests. The pontiff held prayers and spoke with them Monday at the conclusion of a nine-day visit for World Youth Day, an international Catholic festival. 罗马天主教皇本笃十六世私下会见了一批儿时受到神父猥亵的澳大利亚人。为期九天的天主教世界青年节星期一在澳大利亚结束。教皇为受害者祈祷,并和他们对话。The issue of abusive clergy in large part overshadowed the pope's visit to Australia for World Youth Day. 神职人员猥亵儿童的问题在很大的程度上给教皇在世界青年日期间到澳大利亚的访问蒙上了阴影。After earlier apologizing for the "evil" perpetrated by pedophile priests, the pope met a small group of victims - two men and two women chosen by church officials - at a mass in Sydney. 教皇稍早就一些神父恋童癖的“邪恶”行为道歉以后,在悉尼的一次弥撒中又会见了教会选择的两名男子和两名女性受害人。The Vatican said in a statement that Pope Benedict had "listened to their stories and offered them consolation." 梵蒂冈在一份声明中表示,教皇本笃聆听了他们受害的经过并对他们表示安慰。Support groups for other victims dismissed the meeting as a publicity stunt. 对其他受害人表示持的团体表示,教皇的这次会见只不过是一种公关手段。Anthony Foster, whose daughters were raped by a priest, has expressed his disappointment… 安东尼.弗斯特的女儿曾经受到神父的强奸,他表达了自己失望的情绪。"It's been done in a very secretive, underhanded way that shows no care or compassion for us or a great body of victims," he said. 他说:“这次会见以保密的、不光明正大的方式进行,显示对我们以及众多的受害人没有同情之心 。”Despite the abuse controversy, the pope says Sydney's World Youth Day has been a success. 尽管对处理性虐待问题有争议,教皇仍表示,悉尼的世界青年日是成功的。"World Youth Day has shown us that the Church can rejoice in the young people of today and be filled with hope for the world of tomorrow," he said. "Dear friends, as I depart from Sydney I ask God to look down lovingly on this city, this country and all its inhabitants." 他说:“世界青年日向我们展示,天主教可以让今天的年轻人重新获得喜悦,让他们对明天的世界充满希望。亲爱的朋友们,在我离开悉尼之际,我请求上帝眷顾这个城市、这个国家以及这个国家里所有的居民。”During his visit, the pontiff not only addressed the issue of sexual abuse by the clergy, but spoke of his concerns for the environment and called on young people to save the world from greed and 'insatiable' consumerism. 在教皇的访问过程中,他不仅谈到了神职人员对儿童的猥亵问题,还谈到了对环境和气候的担忧。他号召青年拒绝贪婪和无度的消费行为,挽救世界。Catholic leaders in Australia hope that World Youth Day in Sydney will herald the start of a religious revival in a country considered in a recent German study to be one of the most godless in the western world. 澳大利亚的天主教领袖希望在悉尼举行的世界青年日能带动澳大利亚的一次宗教意识的大觉醒。在最近德国所作的一项研究当中,澳大利亚被认为是最没有敬神意识的西方国家。Over 170 nations were represented at the festival, attracting more visitors to Sydney than the 2000 Olympic Games. 这次宗教庆典吸引了来自170多个国家的大批游客,人数超过了2000年悉尼奥运会的到访人数。The next World Youth Day will be held in the Spanish capital, Madrid, in 2011. 下一次世界青年日将于2011年在西班牙首都马德里举行。200807/44571

Obama Speaks in Berlin, McCain Focuses on Economic Issues at Home奥巴马柏林演讲 麦凯恩阵营回应 Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama spoke before tens of thousands of people in the German capital of Berlin Thursday, the most dramatic moment yet in his tour of the Middle East and Europe. Obama continues his European tour in Paris today Friday. His international trip has received worldwide attention and left his Republican opponent, Senator John McCain, searching for ways to get his message out.  美国民主党总统参选人巴拉克·奥巴马星期四在德国首都柏林对成千上万民众发表了演讲,这是他此次中东和欧洲之行最为瞩目的一刻。奥巴马的国际之旅在世界各地受到广泛关注,迫使他的共和党对手约翰·麦凯恩参议员想尽办法,让民众了解自己所秉持的立场和观点。Senator Obama's speech had all the trappings of a presidential address, except for the fact that Obama won't even become the official Democratic nominee for president until next month. 奥巴马参议员在柏林的演讲怎么看都像是总统演说,然而事实上,眼下他甚至还不是民主党正式推举出来的总统候选人。"People of Berlin, people of the world," said Barack Obama. "This is our moment. This is our time."Obama's speech in Berlin was billed as a highlight of an international trip that has aly taken him to Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan and Israel, a sort of introductory world tour for a man who might become the next president of the ed States. 奥巴马在抵达德国之前,访问了阿富汗、伊拉克、约旦和以色列,他在柏林的演讲被认为是此次国际之旅的一个亮点。这次行程,对有可能成为下一任美国总统的奥巴马来说,可以说是一次演练。"We have made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions," he said. "But I also know how much I love America." 奥巴马说,“我们曾经犯过一些错误,有些时候,我们在世界各地的行动和我们的良好愿望之间存在差距。但是我同时也深知,我热爱美国。”Democrats hope the trip will bolster public confidence in Obama's ability to handle foreign policy and national security issues, an area where the public seems to have more confidence in Obama's Republican opponent, Senator John McCain. 民主党人希望奥巴马此行能够让美国民众增强对奥巴马处理外交事务以及国家安全等问题的信心。在这方面,民众似乎对奥巴马的共和党对手麦凯恩参议员更有信心。A statement from the McCain campaign said Obama took a premature victory lap in Berlin by proclaiming himself a citizen of the world, and it went on to say that the Republican candidate will continue to make his case to the American citizens who will decide the election. 麦凯恩竞选班子发表的一份声明说,奥巴马在柏林称自己是世界公民,过早地擂响了胜利的战鼓。McCain was asked about the Obama speech during a campaign stop in Ohio.  麦凯恩在俄亥俄州竞选时被问到对奥巴马的演讲有什么看法。"I would love to give a speech in Germany, a political speech or a speech that maybe the German people would be interested in," McCain said. "But I would much prefer to do it as President of the ed States." 麦凯恩说,“我很愿意就政治或者是其他德国民众感兴趣的议题在德国发表演讲;不过我更希望能够作为美国总统来发表演讲。”The Berlin speech was also an opportunity for Obama to outline his own worldview and the type of foreign policy he would pursue if he wins the White House in November. 此次柏林演说也是奥巴马的一个机会,陈述他的世界观,以及他如果入主白宫,将要实施什么样的外交政策,"People of Berlin and people of the world, the scale of our challenge is great," said Obama. "The road ahead will be long. But I come before you to say that we are heirs to a struggle for freedom. We are a people of improbable hope with an eye towards future, with resolve in our heart. Let us remember this history, and answer our destiny and remake the world once again."  奥巴马说,“柏林的民众、世界各地的民众,我们面临的挑战非常严峻。前面的道路会很长。然而,我想对大家说,我们继承的是为自由而战的传统,我们满怀希望,放眼未来,意志坚定。让我们牢记历史,不辱使命,再度重新创造世界。”Obama also made clear that human rights would be a top concern of his administration should he win the election."Will we extend our hand to the peoples in the forgotten corners of this world who yearn for lives marked by dignity and opportunity, security and justice? Will we lift the child in Bangladesh from poverty and shelter the refugee in Chad, and banish the scourge of AIDS in our time? Will we stand for the human rights of the dissident in Burma, the blogger in Iran or the voter in Zimbabwe? Will we give meaning to the words, never again in Darfur?" he asked.Obama's Republican opponent, Senator John McCain, opted for a low-key campaign day in Ohio, apparently figuring it would be difficult to compete with the images of Obama addressing a huge crowd in Berlin. 奥巴马在柏林发表演说之际,他的共和党对手麦凯恩选择了在俄亥俄州低调展开竞选活动,麦凯恩显然意识到,此时此刻,恐怕很难与在柏林对成千上万人发表演说的奥巴马竞争。The McCain campaign tried to focus on domestic issues as aide Nancy Pfotenhauer briefed reporters on the senator's plans to bring down high fuel prices, a key concern for voters in the latest public opinion polls. 麦凯恩选择了把竞选主题放在美国国内问题上。他的助理富敦豪尔女士对媒体介绍说,麦凯恩的竞选重点是国内问题,他计划降低油价。而最近的民调显示,这是很多民众非常关心的一个话题。"We want to bring your attention to the fact that Senator McCain is spending his time talking about how to solve the real problems that Americans are facing right now, most particularly today we are focused on the real problems that people are struggling with due to the high gas prices," she said. 富敦豪尔说,“我们希望大家能够注意到,麦凯恩参议员选择了花时间探讨如何解决美国人民目前面临的非常现实的问题,我们今天的重点是高昂的汽油价格给人们带来的现实问题。”Republicans have also complained that the extensive news media coverage of the Obama trip has been unfair and has overshadowed McCain's efforts to focus on domestic economic issues. 共和党人抱怨说,媒体过度关注奥巴马这次出访,对麦凯恩来是不公平的,媒体没有充分报导麦凯恩重点着眼于美国国内经济问题。Meanwhile, the latest polls show the presidential race remains relatively close even with all the attention Obama is getting on his overseas trip. 尽管奥巴马出访引人注目,但是最新的民调显示,他与麦凯恩之间差距并不是很大。A new N News Wall Street Journal poll has Obama leading McCain 47 to 41 percent. But the survey also found that 55 percent saw Obama as the riskier choice in the election, compared with 35 percent who thought McCain was riskier. 美国全国广播公司和华尔街日报联合举行的一项民意调查显示,奥巴马目前以47%领先于麦凯恩的41%,不过,在接受调查的民众当中,55%认为在这次选举中,选奥巴马有风险;只有35%的受访民众认为选举麦凯恩有风险。Recent polls in several key states, such as Colorado, Michigan and Minnesota also show McCain gaining on Obama. 另外,最近在一些关键的州、比如科罗拉多、密西根以及明尼苏达等州里展开的民调还显示,麦凯恩的正在一点点赶上奥巴马。200807/44837

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