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More Open Borders, Please

Chris Farrell | May 25, 2007
A good commentary on immigration by Michael Mandel at Business Week....

Jeremy Grantham

Chris Farrell | May 25, 2007
Jeremy Grantham is a legendary value investor. He's also the founder and chairman of GMO, a Boston-based global investment-management firm with ...

A Ridiculous and Irresponsible Dodge

Chris Farrell | May 25, 2007
We warned that this might happen on Marketplace Money, but I am still stunned....

Ethanol bubble?

Chris Farrell | May 25, 2007
It has been a busy week, so I'm just catching up on some reading I had put aside. The Star Tribune last Sunday had a good story on ethanol: "Will...

Questions, comments and accolades

| May 25, 2007
Tess Vigeland hears listener feedback on recent Money stories. Have you written us yet?

Getting in on the ground price

| May 25, 2007
Ever buy a round-trip plane ticket only to find the same trip available for $100 less two days later? Amy Scott navigates websites that help you grab the last-minute bargain - even when it's too late.

Day in the Work Life: Making 'rain'

| May 25, 2007
When it rains it pours, right? This woman hopes so. Her job: to make sure her company is showered with new business.

Straight Story: Societal pressure

| May 25, 2007
Economics editor Chris Farrell says society asks too much of consumers.

Mailbag for Friday, May 25, 2007

| May 25, 2007
This week, economics editor Chris Farrell talks researching socially-responsible mutual funds, tips on giving money to a trust and the inside scoop on doing a "short sale" of your home.

We take 'cheapskate' as a compliment

| May 25, 2007
Frugality is a virtue. Tess Vigeland explores the wisdom of cutting your costs with the Economides, America's cheapest family (and yes, that's their real name).

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