The Week:  Bad Numbers, Good Vibes

Bad news. Good news. Big news. The week had plenty of everything, starting with the firing of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner, perking up with a bright international economic outlook from executives of CNBC.com parent General Electric and stunning earnings from Research In Motion, and highlighted by a global economic summit and a big decision from federal accounting overseers.

CNBC guests had plenty to say about market trends and how to make them pay, as we hear in this edition of "The Week and You:"

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