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Alternative minimum tax = maximum headache

| Mar 2, 2007
The AMT is becoming a dirty word in the tax code. This year, more Americans will face the alternative minimum tax. Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Economy, Taxes

Get yourself a little online privacy

| Mar 2, 2007
Like it or not, the web is a library for your personal information. So how hard is it to make what's public private? Jeff Tyler finds out.

Selling menopause

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Mar 2, 2007
Some women still prefer to make quiet references to "the change" and men want nothing to do with it, but a growing number of women are not only talking — and laughing — about menopause, they're turning a profit.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship

High school business outlook 101

Scott Jagow | Mar 2, 2007
Ever wonder what teenagers are thinking about the world of business and finance? One high school teacher in Delaware says it's the things that affect them, of course: minimum wage and gas prices.

Is the worst yet to come?

Scott Jagow | Mar 2, 2007
It's been a dizzying week on Wall Street as a wave of sell-offs swept world markets. U.S. markets have managed to rebound for the most part, but some folks overseas think we might take a bigger hit yet.
Posted In: Canada, Wall Street

YouTube signing the bit players

Janet Babin | Mar 2, 2007
The major studios and TV networks are holding out for a substantial chunk of YouTube's advertising revenue, but in the meantime, smaller content providers have been flocking to the online video site.
Posted In: Science

Private money now, public funds later

Eric Niiler | Mar 2, 2007
The FEC has OK'd presidential candidate Barack Obama's request to raise private money for his campaign now, but switch to public funds if he wins the Democratic Party's nomination.
Posted In: Washington

States resist driver's license changes

| Mar 2, 2007
Homeland Security has extended the deadline for states to comply with new regulations for IDs, but there are still concerns about privacy laws, not to mention how much the changes will cost.
Posted In: Washington

E.U. vs. Microsoft saga continues

Stephen Beard | Mar 2, 2007
Microsoft has already been fined $950 million for failing to comply with an anti-trust ruling in Europe. The E.U. says Microsoft is still dragging its feet and has threatened to start tacking on an additional $4 million a day.
Posted In: Canada

CAFTA's one-year check-up

Dan Grech | Mar 2, 2007
After a year of free trade between the U.S. and a handful of Central American countries, the outlook on whether it's a good deal — and for whom — is still split down the usual lines.
Posted In: Canada

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