Amy Scott | Feb 20, 2009
Military couples and families often move every few years, making it difficult for civilian spouses to get good jobs. At Fort Knox, Ky., Marketplace's Amy Scott found some husbands and wives trying to make it work.
Scott Jagow | Mar 6, 2009
Just wanted to let you know that I've started a blog roll, which you can find on the Scratch Pad page. It's a list of some places around the web...
| Mar 9, 2009
Over 1,000 people showed up for an auction on foreclosed properties yesterday in New York City. The crowd was double what it was last year and drew two dozen protesters. Jennifer Collins explores the emotional responses to the auction.
Steve Henn | Feb 23, 2009
The Screen Actors Guild began talks over the weekend on a new labor contract for TV and movies. But some critics say the union is hobbled. Steve Henn reviews what may be hurting SAG and where there's competition.
| Feb 25, 2009
CNBC's Rick Santelli hit a nerve with some homeowners when he went off on subsidizing the neighbors' mortgage. Commentator Will Wilkinson explains why even a small flame of populist resentment shouldn't be ignored.
| Feb 19, 2009
The unemployment rate for baby boomers has doubled over the past year, and those older workers looking for a job again can find it tough to re-enter the market. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports what could be working against boomers' favor.
Chris Farrell | Feb 26, 2009
Question: Hi Chris, I'm in more than a bit of a quandary...I purchased my home (townhouse) in 2005 and refinanced in 2006 (to get away from an...
Jeff Tyler | Mar 6, 2009
For some workers, the recession has brought their first reversal of fortune. But zigging in and out of jobs is becoming an all too familiar game of financial musical chairs for a lot of us. Jeff Tyler reports.
| Mar 6, 2009
Hot dog sales were up 2 percent in 2008, despite the economic downturn in almost every industry. So what makes the American favorite such a recession-proof meal? Chicago Public Radio's Adriene Hill finds out why from the epicentre of hot dog culture.