Thomas Heath on Washington Post Radio

The Dow Jones industrial average rose above 14,000 points in early trading, but the blue-chip index fell below that psychologically important barrier right before the markets closed. Staff writer Thomas Heath tells Washington Post Radio's Victoria Jones about the day's stock market news, and also discusses the latest developments in Rupert Murdoch's bid to buy Dow Jones Co. Listen here.

By Mike Shepard  |  July 17, 2007; 5:11 PM ET
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I am distressed to read that your radio program may not continue. I am thrilled with the station. It is the nicest thing that has happened to my driving time as well as my eye-opening moments in the morning. Truly, please try to stay on. I'll even wait, abeit impatiently, for Tony's return. PLEASE don't leave us!

Posted by: Marge Lee | July 24, 2007 2:33 PM

I am distressed to read that your radio program may not continue. I am thrilled with the station. It is the nicest thing that has happened to my driving time as well as my eye-opening moments in the morning. Truly, please try to stay on. I'll even wait, abeit impatiently, for Tony's return. PLEASE don't leave us!

Posted by: Marge Lee | July 24, 2007 2:33 PM

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