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5:54am

Thu November 10, 2011
Around the Nation

Christmas Tree Fee Causes Uproar

The Obama administration put off a plan to collect a fee on Christmas trees. An industry group asked for the fee, 15 cents per tree. Conservatives denounced what they labeled a tax on Christmas trees. The White House defended the fee, saying it's not a tax at all. All the same, the administration says it will delay collecting the money.

5:47am

Thu November 10, 2011
Around the Nation

Did The Emergency Alert System Test Pass Muster?

Had Wednesday's first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System been a real alert, some may have been left in the dark. Instead of that irritating tone interrupting television and radio programming, some TV viewers heard Lady Gaga singing "Paparazzi." Others had their programming switched to QVC, a home shopping channel.

5:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
Business

Investment Company Scoops Up Office Space at Flatiron Park

A Texas-based real estate investment company has moved into Boulder in a big way, recently purchasing 19 buildings in the Flatiron Park business park. KUNC’s Brian Larson talks with Boulder County Business Report publisher Chris Wood about the deal.

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2:46am

Thu November 10, 2011
Business

The Last Word In Business

Renee Montgne has the Last Word in business.

2:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
NPR Story

Emails: Solyndra Supporter Pushed White House For Loan

House Republicans have released emails related to solar panel maker Solyndra which got $535 million in government loan guarantees and then went bankrupt. Republicans say the emails show an Obama campaign bundler used his influence at the White House to make the loan happen.

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