(redirected from Wall Street Week)
Also found in: Financial, Wikipedia.
WSWWet Sociale Werkvoorziening (Dutch: Sheltered Employment Act)
WSWWord Star for Windows
WSWWomen Who Have Sex with Women (medical/public health)
WSWWall Street Webcasting (New York, NY)
WSWWomen Seeking Women
WSWWinter Storm Warning
WSWWeber Shandwick Worldwide (Interpublic Group)
WSWWomen's Studio Workshop (Rosendale, NY)
WSWWorld Socialist Website
WSWWall Street Week
WSWWhite Side Wall (tire type)
WSWWheelchair Sports Worldwide
WSWWomen's Soccer World
WSWWheeled Seated Walker
WSWWorld Stars of Wrestling (wrestling forum)
WSWWebsphere Studio Workbench
WSWWestern Spring and Wire, Ltd (St George, ON, Canada)
WSWWant Some Weather
WSWWeapon System Warranty
WSWWalker Smith and Way (UK solicitors)
WSWWestchester Symphonic Winds (White Plains, NY)
WSWWoman Sexual Workers (medical/clinical)
WSWWindsor Sports Weekend (Canada)
References in periodicals archive ?
Louis Rukeyser quit "Wall Street Week" and moved to CNBC with "Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street" in March 2002 rather than go along with executives' plan to demote him and use younger hosts to update the format.
Learning that Maryland Public Television was planning to replace him as host of "Wall Street Week"--his own creation, and shown nationwide on public TV stations--Rukeyser, 69, used the program in late March to blast his bosses, who then fired him.
Louis Rukeyser, for 32 years the host of public television's "Wall Street Week," has been dumped for two unforgiveable sins: Candor and age.
Acampora is a regular panelist on the popular weekly TV show, Wall Street Week With Louis Rukeyser.
As an investment vehicle, domestic real estate "looks good," Allen Reed, president and CEO of General Motors Investment Management Company and chairman of FEI's Committee on the Investment of Employee Benefit Assets, said on the PBS-TV program "Wall Street Week" on Nov.
You see financial reporting on PBS television, the Nightly Business Report, Wall Street Week, and Public Radio International's Marketplace.
It also features a massage line recently shown on "Wall Street Week in Review with Louis Rukeyser" as part of a review of hot new products.
Ever turn on Wall Street Week or CNBC and hear a guest talk about drawing up a budget, buying disability insurance, or writing a will?
We do have plenty of information, mostly from television shows like Wall Street Week, the Nightly Business Report and the Lou Dobbs nightly business report on CNN.
It is for the viewer of Wall Street Week, CNBC, or CNNfn, the casual reader of Forbes or the Wall Street Journal.
With all the spontaneity of Kabuki theater, and a level of self-congratulation unmatched by Disney/Cap Cities annual reports, Wall Street Week follows a rigidly ritualized format, presided over by its harlequin-faced and gratingly smug host, Louis Rukeyser.
Wall Street Week with Louis Rukheyser (hereafter WSW) is a widely watched investment-advisory television program.