This week Laura and Alexa are joined by co-host of Political Gabfest and Atlas Obscura CEO, David Plotz to talk about experience as media, falcon tours, BYOH (bring your own Hipsters!) and secret forts in DC. They also debate why super pacs are forming amongst legacy media companies and how it affects finding and buying audiences for marketers. Plus, don't miss their spin on "Kill, Fuck, Marry" in this week's "Kill, Buy, DIY".
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This Week in Barron's: Barron's lists its top ten companies that offer the best in returns for 2011; With the travel industry rebounding, Expedia is an attractive pick going into 2011; Singular Research singles out the companies that are stingy when it comes to paying dividends; Barron's explores the iPad and the Kindle.