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(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's new policies to help small businesses reported. [OBAMA - speaks about small businesses and the American dream.]
(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper; New York: Ali Velshi) The importance of small businesses to America and job creation and the president's proposals for business loans discussed; statistics on small business and the SBA loan system cited.
(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, innovation consultant Frans Johansson and personal finance expert Lynette Khalfani-Cox about business. [GERGEN - says Obama is playing defense with the business community, but he got blown away with the anger in the AIG story that may be a turning point in the bailout plan.] [JOHANSSON - says now is the time to differentiate in the business world.] [In response to an audience question, KHALFANI-COX - outlines what Obama is doing to help the small business loan process.] [In response to an audience question, JOHANSSON - offers advice about the real estate and finance industry.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Velshi, Ali
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