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You can be Art Brut 102

Jane Lindholm | May 24, 2006
British band Art Brut has adopted the corporate franchise model, only with a twist. It's giving away its name and music for free. Jane Lindholm reports.

Corporate America, fund your pension promises

| May 24, 2006
Congress is working to forge a combined pension overhaul and tax cut package before Memorial Day recess. Commentator Robert Reich says there's one thing everyone should agree on: Require companies to honor pension obligations.

Inventors beware: Take good notes

| May 24, 2006
After nearly two decades, the man who invented coronary stents may finally get his due. The device used regularly in heart surgeries has made billions, but Atlanta dentist Henry Wall hasn't seen a dime of it. Emily Kopp reports.
Posted In: Health

Volatile market looks to durable goods

Bob Moon | May 24, 2006
Jittery investors will keep an eye on today's durable goods numbers for signs of the health of the economy. Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

MySpace courts Google, Microsoft

Janet Babin | May 24, 2006
The youth-oriented social networking Web site is reportedly in talks with both Google and Microsoft over which company will provide search capabilities on the site. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

Israel's Olmert in DC

| May 24, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is on Capitol Hill today trying to drum up $10 billion so Israel can relocate thousands of settlers from the West Bank. It could be a tough sell, Eric Niiler reports.
Posted In: Canada, Washington

What's up with CBS?

| May 24, 2006
A day after selling its theme park division, CBS announced yesterday it was looking to sell 10 of its radio stations. Marketplace business editor Cheryl Glaser looks at what CBS might do next.

My(Martha)Space

Tess Vigeland | May 24, 2006
The diva of domesticity is taking a page from MySpace and launching her own social networking site for adult women. But is there really a market for it? Tess Vigeland has more.
Posted In: Science

Philly newspaper sale

| May 24, 2006
Philadelphia's two daily newspapers are being sold — for the second time already this year. A group of investors is buying the Inquirer and the Daily News from news giant McClatchy. Brad Linder reports.

Big-screen Gore

Jane Lindholm | May 24, 2006
Paramount releases Al Gore's documentary about the dangers of global warming. Jane Lindholm looks at the studio's strategy to get it into theaters.

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