LONDON -- Nate Weisshaar explains whether or not it is good for a company to have debt on its books. He looks at good debt and bad debt, and discusses Rio Tinto  (ISE: RIO) (NYS: RIO) , Royal Dutch Shell  (ISE: RDSB) (NYS: RDS.B) and Premier Foods  (ISE: PFD) .

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