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Bull rider can't buck the price of gas

| Jun 27, 2008
For Wesley Silcox, the defending World Champion in bull riding, getting bucked around in the ring is almost becoming less painful than filling up the truck to drive to and from rodeos. Host Bob Moon caught up with Silcox on the road.
Posted In: Auto, Travel

Nonprofit gets around subprimes

| Jun 27, 2008
John and Lupe Rodriguez lacked a good credit score, but with the help of a new program, they managed to get a loan without going subprime. David Brancaccio reports.

Southwest flies past high oil prices

Jeff Tyler | Jun 27, 2008
While other airlines cut flights and tack on fees, Southwest Airlines has avoided passing rising costs on it to customers by locking in fuel prices years in advance. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Travel

What's causing Wall Street's angst?

Amy Scott and Scott Jagow | Jun 27, 2008
Major losses this week made this June the worst the Dow has seen in 78 years. Scott Jagow talks to Amy Scott in New York about what's causing the plunge and how psychology might play a role in the potential upswing.
Posted In: Wall Street

Summer movies hit and miss

| Jun 27, 2008
Iron Man has surprised the box office by coming out ahead of Indiana Jones. Renita Jablonski talks to Variety Managing Editor Stuart Levine about what other films are doing well and what's been a disaster so far.
Posted In: Entertainment

Gates steps down from Microsoft

Janet Babin | Jun 25, 2008
Bill Gates is stepping down as the head of Microsoft to devote more time to his foundation. Janet Babin looks back at his career as an industry leader, the impact he had on the tech world and the company structure he left behind.

Consumers sure don't feel like dancin'

Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Jun 24, 2008
It's no surprise falling home prices and rising gas and food costs have Americans on edge, but economists are shocked by just how shaky consumer confidence has become, reaching a 16-year low. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Economy

Interview transcript: John Stumpf

Kai Ryssdal | Jun 10, 2008
CONVERSATIONS FROM THE CORNER OFFICE: Wells Fargo & Company President and CEO John Stumpf.
Posted In: Wall Street

In-car Internet draws safety concerns

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jun 25, 2008
Chrysler hopes to counter lagging car sales by offering wireless Internet connections in its 2009 models, a plan that's got safety advocates shaking their heads. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Auto

First interest rates, then tuition costs?

Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Jun 26, 2008
In an effort to ease the pressures of higher-education costs, Congress lowered the interest rates on government-backed college loans. More action is on the way. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Education, Investing



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