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Downsize my space

| Aug 18, 2006
The cost of keeping a home has become too costly for some -- so when it comes to housing, small is the new big. Bob Moon reports on moving down the property ladder.
Posted In: Housing

Rebuilding Lebanon — with Hezbollah aid

| Aug 18, 2006
Lebanon has taken control of its entire country for the first time since 1968, but small business owners in war-torn southern Lebanon are counting on Hezbollah to get them back on their feet. Ben Gilbert reports.
Posted In: Canada

Sustainability ball

Alex Cohen | Aug 18, 2006
To help bring environmentally-sensitive items to the mainstream market, one entrepreneur in Austin, Texas recently launched a monthly event called the Sustainable Shopper's Ball. Alex Cohen has the story.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship

Apple investigates tabloid claim

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Aug 18, 2006
Apple responded today to allegations in a British tabloid that workers at an iPod factory in China were being forced to pull 15-hours shifts for as little as $50 a month. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

Plavix generic coming off pharmacy shelves?

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Aug 18, 2006
Two drug companies are going to court today to try to stop a Canadian pharmaceutical company from selling a generic of the No. 2 top-selling prescription drug: blood-thinner Plavix. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Health

Dell's next move

Sam Eaton | Aug 18, 2006
It's been a rough week for the world's largest PC maker. It recalled four million notebook batteries on fears they could explode. Then yesterday, it reported disappointing quarterly earnings. Sam Eaton looks at possible rebound strategies.

Cyber bullying

Hilary Wicai | Aug 18, 2006
As kids head back to school, a group representing thousands of police chiefs, sheriffs and prosecutors wants schools to guard students against cyber bullies. The good news? It doesn't cost much. Hillary Wicai reports.

China looking to up auto exports

Jocelyn Ford | Aug 18, 2006
China is producing more cars than they can sell at home, so it's priming its car companies to go global. But it may face a long road ahead, reports Jocelyn Ford.
Posted In: Canada

The rising cost of strokes

Helen Palmer | Aug 18, 2006
The cost to care for stroke victims is expected to reach $2.2 trillion over the next 45 years. Doctors are calling for more government cash to halt what they call an impending epidemic. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Job Files: Air traffic controller

| Aug 18, 2006
This week Job Files visits air traffic controller Sherry Avery.

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