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Seattle's arena battle

| Dec 4, 2006
Seattle voters overwhelmingly passed an initiative to block future public money from being used for pro sports teams — but some are trying to work a deal for a new SuperSonics stadium anyway. Amy Radil reports.
Posted In: Sports

Pfizer fizzles

Stacey Vanek Smith | Dec 4, 2006
Drug giant Pfizer halted development of its most promising experimental drug after more than 80 people died during test trials. This is a major setback for the company, Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Health

Dollar down = oil up?

Stephen Beard | Dec 4, 2006
The dollar's decline could push up the price of oil. Some OPEC members are calling for a cut in production because the falling dollar has amounted to a price cut for them. Stephen Beard explains.
Posted In: Canada, Economy

Outsourcing the drive-thru

| Dec 4, 2006
Drive-thru customers at some Wendy's locations across the country aren't actually talking to workers inside the restaurant — and that's speeding up the line. Sheryl Rich-Kern explains.

Kroger stays competitive

Diantha Parker | Dec 4, 2006
The supermarket industry has become hotly competitive since Wal-Mart came onto the field, but Kroger has continued to post strong numbers. Diantha Parker looks at the grocery chain's winning game plan.

Are you working or worrying about your kids?

Hilary Wicai | Dec 4, 2006
Probably both, says a new study. And that's costing American businesses a lot of money. Hillary Wicai explains.

Weak dollar fallout

Stacey Vanek Smith | Dec 4, 2006
The dollar was trading at a 20-month low against the euro this morning. So you'll shell out some serious dough on your next European vacation, but what else does a dropping dollar mean? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Economy

India getting cold feet

Miranda Kennedy | Dec 4, 2006
The U.S. is prepared to finalize a bill would allow American companies to sell civilian nuclear technology to India, but now India's wavering over some concessions in the final version. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Define middle class

| Dec 1, 2006
Does the middle class exist anymore? Is it strictly a political term without any designation? John Dimsdale reports.

Who's getting swindled?

| Dec 1, 2006
Identity theft is the fraud de jour, but old-fashioned con artists are still alive and well. A recent study looks at who's most susceptible -- and it's not always who you might think. Apryl Lundsten reports.

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