Takeouts: President's Vacation, Amazon's Kindle, Colts' Loss

Monday, December 28, 2009

  • Washington Takeout: President Obama isn't getting much of a vacation, reports Julie Mason, White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner, since a Nigerian-born man allegedly tried to detonate a home-made bomb aboard a Detroit-bound flight.
  • Gift Takeout: Amazon's e-book reader, the Kindle, was the most-gifted item on Amazon.com this year.  Jane Sasseen, writer for Business Week, joins us to talk about what this portends for paper books.
  • Sports Takeout: After a long, undefeated run this season, the Indianapolis Colts finally lost last night, to the New York Jets. Ibrahim Abdul-Matin looks at the Colts' gametime strategy and what's ahead for the playoffs.

Guests:

Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Julie Mason and Jane Sasseen

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