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  • Dow Jones columnist Al Lewis discusses the credibility of reports of a Huge Chavez peace plan for Libya, and the real state of the jobs market in the U.S. Among other retailers, Zumiez said late Wednesday that its February same-store sales jumped 12.8%, comfortably outpacing the 4.2% consensus forecast and helping its shares rise 5.6%.

    Blue-Chip Stocks Post Biggest Gains Since Early December

  • In the wake of the collapse of Solyndra, Dow Jones Newswires columnist Al Lewis points out this illustrates the fact that China is the true low-cost business leader.

    Parties Clash Over Solar-Panel Maker

  • But in any given episode, the show might center on the other colorful denizens of the 53rd precinct, including Mr. Gwynne's future "The Munsters" co-star and real-life Green Party gubernatorial candidate of 1998 Al Lewis, as Sgt.

    Fifty Years Later, Car 54 Shows Up

  • In searching for an answer, I turn to a colleague, the late Al Lewis.

    David A. Love: Hate Groups and Prison Profiteers Wrote Arizona's Juan Crow Law

  • Plus, Dow Jones Newswires 'Al Lewis talks about the cost of March Madness to U.S. business in terms of lost productivity.

    The NCAA Tournament of Basketball Profits

  • David Wessel, David Reilly and Al Lewis dis cuss the likely impact of Dodd-Frank.

    Fed Gets More Power, Responsibility

  • Still statistically speaking safer choices than Ferrell also include Wendy The Snapple Lady, "Grandpa" Al Lewis (yes, I know that he's deceased), and my landlord who I'm fairly certain gives a lousy pre-interview.

    Mark Malkoff: The Will Ferrell Curse

  • We introduced some pointed business commentary with the weekly "Al's Emporium" column by Dow Jones Newswires columnist Al Lewis.

    WSJ Sunday Celebrates 11 Years

  • I'm speaking of Lily Munster and her father Grampa, as played by Yvonne DeCarlo and Al Lewis.

    Archive 2009-10-25

  • Celebrities as stellar as Kevin Costner and Robert De Niro or as lunar as Al Lewis, who played Grampa in "The Munsters" 25 years ago, have bypassed the middleman and opened bistros themselves.

    Dining With Wolves

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