We told you who was naughty in our Top 10 Media Myths last week. This week you can find out who was nice in 2007. BMI highlights good business reports and the journalists behind them. Negative reports on the economy were tempered with positive stock market stories, inclusion of scientific criticism of green tactics and praise for good-old American know-how.
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G: Oil prices holding steady amid market turmoil
B: Couric cant believe A-Rods worth $28 million
U: 'World News' shows how to fight capitalism one dumpster dive at a time