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New prescription for Northwest pilots

Stacey Vanek Smith | Aug 3, 2007
Northwest Airlines says it had to cancel so many flights during peak travel season this summer because pilots were calling in sick and skipping work. Pilots blame post-bankruptcy cost-cutting measures. But a new deal could make it all better, Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Travel

Court rules: Flood insurance required

Dan Grech | Aug 3, 2007
Two years after hurricanes devastated huge areas of the U.S. Gulf Coast, a federal appeals court has ruled in favor of insurance companies, saying they don't have to pay for flood damage when contracts specifically excluded it. Dan Grech has more.
Posted In: Crime

Toy recall raises timing questions

Janet Babin | Aug 2, 2007
Removing all of the million recalled toys from shelves is a logistically complicated task for Mattel, which may explain the company's questionable timing. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Canada, Retail

Paper transactions checking out

Jill Barshay | Aug 2, 2007
The merger of banking software makers Fiserve and Checkfree could speed up the death of the paper check. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Investing

A deeper look at U.S. infrastructure

Kai Ryssdal | Aug 2, 2007
While recovery efforts continue at the bridge collapse in Minneapolis, White House finger-pointing ensues. But problems with infrastructure are nothing new. Kai Ryssdal talks to Rod Diridon of the Minetta Transportation Institute.

How super is the U.S. market for Tesco?

| Aug 2, 2007
British grocery giant Tesco plans to roll out 100 stores in the western United States during the next year -- many of them in the kinds of places other supermarkets won't go. Jordan Davis reports.
Posted In: Canada, Retail

Sports ticket scalping goes digital

Steve Henn | Aug 2, 2007
Online ticket reseller StubHub has a new deal with Major League Baseball that give the site exclusive rights to resell tickets in concert with the league. Steve Henn explains why this might make it harder for fans to get reasonably priced seats.
Posted In: Retail, Sports

U.S. still a good sport towards China

Kai Ryssdal | Aug 2, 2007
Despite problems with tainted imports, the U.S. still wants to do business in China, and is doing so increasingly through sports. Kai Ryssdal talks to business of sports commentator Diana Nyad.
Posted In: Canada, Sports

The economics of giant pandas

Jeremy Hobson | Aug 2, 2007
U.S. zoos know that adorable baby pandas mean big crowds. But those air-conditioned caves cost a lot of money, and not all of those profits can go back into zoo coffers. Jeremy Hobson has the story.

Peace propels property values in N. Ireland

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Aug 2, 2007
After decades of violence, Northern Ireland's Catholic and Protestant parties finally signed a peace deal in 1998. The changes since haven't been just political. The region is also experiencing an unprecedented housing boom. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Canada, Housing

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