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Straight Story: Moving up?

| Jun 1, 2007
Chris says Americans' belief in upward mobility is heading downhill

If buying a house wasn't enough of an adrenaline rush already . . .

| Jun 1, 2007
All you have to do to get a bargain on a house is be the fastest bidder. Tess Vigeland witnessed the action at a Los Angeles foreclosure auction.

Buzzword: Block Time

| Jun 1, 2007
Is the Earth getting longer? Because our flights certainly are. Ask the airline, though, and they might use "block time" to distort your perception of the clock.

Phone in on a better price

| Jun 1, 2007
New services are making it possible for store shoppers to do Internet bargain-hunting from their cell phones. Does this mean the end of retail rip-offs? Tess Vigeland talks to CNET's Brian Cooley.

Choosing whether or not to divest

| Jun 1, 2007
Is it better to invest in a troubled region so an economy can work for change, or pull out? Tess Vigeland talks about divesting with Smith College professor Eric Reeves.

School's out, get to work!

| Jun 1, 2007
Taking a summer job is a great way for teens to learn about the working world - and themselves. So should parents encourage their kids to skip vacation? Jeremy Hobson finds out.

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Chris Farrell | Jun 1, 2007
I have a review of Pop! Why Bubbles Are Great For The Economy by Daniel Gross. It's a quick read. Time well spent....

Good jobs report

Chris Farrell | Jun 1, 2007
The jobs report came in better than expected. Payrolls increased by 157,000, and the jobless rate stayed at 4.5%. Government staticticians also...

Florida insures itself for hurricane season

Dan Grech | Jun 1, 2007
Forecasters say a handful of major hurricanes could hit the U.S. this season. Florida's largest insurer is now a state-run company, filling the void left by wary private firms. But is that a good thing? Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Housing, Science

Dems look to fix pay discrimination ruling

Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Jun 1, 2007
The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that employees have just six months to sue if they think they're getting less pay. Some Democrats are crafting a bill that would give them more time. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Jobs, Washington

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