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Is Al Qaeda Bankrupt?
Is Al Qaeda Bankrupt?
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March 1, 2010
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"Is Al Quaeda Bankrupt?" follows the terrorist group's dwindling funds and how they have turned to more atrocities and crime to feed their budgets. Also, professional poker players had better bring out their best game face, especially now they are on the radar of the feds. 

IS AL QAEDA BANKRUPT?- Nathan Vardi
Desperate for funds, the terrorist group has turned to affiliates that rely more and more on crime.

CREDIT CRUNCH- Daniel Fisher
Those wicked bankers- refusing to lend to small business! So say the pols. The reality is something else.

REAL ESTATE: BIGGEST AND BEST REITs- As the dust settles from the crash, some little-known property outfits are coming to the fore.

ONLINE POKER- Nathan Vardi
The biggest stars of poker are playing the ultimate bluffing game with the U.S. government. At stake is the future of online poker.

OPINIONS
READERS SAY

SIDELINES- William Baldwin
What did you pay for that ETF?

FACT AND COMMENT- Steve Forbes
Big government-and not a big deficit- is the real worry.

CURRENT EVENTS- Paul Johnson
Keynes is still dead.

DIGITAL RULES- Rich Karlgaard
Liberals are more insular than conservatives.

IDEAS & OPINIONS- Matthew Herper
Are genetically modified crops eco-friendly?

ON MY MIND- Christina Hoff Sommers
Is a program aimed at empowering women in science hurting the industry?

HEADS UP- Victoria Barret
With executives set to retire and younger managers more restive than ever, where will the new leaders come from?

OUTFRONT
CHINA’S PORN TRICK- Gady Epstein
China imports much of its pornography, which gives authorities a handy excuse to attack Internet freedom.

BACKSEAT DRIVER-Jerry Flint
Could Ford overtake GM?

REBUILDING AMERICA
GIVE ME YOUR HACKERS- Andy Greenberg
Alan Paller’s plan to defend America’s cyberinfrastructure: teach our kids to think like thieves.

TECHNOLOGY
SEARCHING THE DARKNESS- Taylor Buley and Quentin Hardy
Wowd aims to go where Google can’t by tapping users to perform Web search.

PRIMING THE PUMP-Kerry A. Dolan
Better treatments for heart failure are sorely needed. Cytokinetics is testing a drug that strengthens muscle contractions.

DIGITAL TOOLS- Lee Gomes
Three questions for Steve Jobs.

SECOND ACTS
PLANTING ROOTS- Helen Coster
Michael Evans found peace-and a nice business-in Argentina’s wine country.

MONEY & INVESTING
REARVIEW ETFs- David K. Randall
Exchange-traded fund sponsors are shamelessly pandering to the latest investment fads.

MAKERS & BREAKERS
Maidenform: Core-Mark Holding; Americas Energy.

ENTREPRENEURS
THAT WAS THEN- Helen Coster
Outdoor clothier Nau was nearly a victim of its own grand vision.

ENERGY & GENIUS
WHERE THE SUN DOESN’T SHINE- Jonathan Fahey
A manufacturing whiz may have solved the puzzle of a promising thin-film solar technology.

FORBES LIFE
RAMPING UP- Christopher Steiner
Ski resorts prepare for life without the baby boomers.

FINANCIAL COLUMISTS
FIXED-INCOME WATCH- Richard Lehmann

THE PATIENT INVESTOR- John W. Rogers Jr.

FINANCIAL STRATEGY- A. Gary Shilling

THOUGHTS
THE JOY OF CURLING