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Battling China over auto parts

Scott Tong | Sep 15, 2006
The U.S., Canada and European Union today complained to the World Trade Organization that China should lower trade barriers that they say are unfair for foreign automakers. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Canada, Washington

Ney pleads guilty in lobbying scandal

Hilary Wicai | Sep 15, 2006
Ohio Congressman Bob Ney has agreed to plead guilty in a corruption scandal involving lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Washington

Do you know where your congressman is?

| Sep 15, 2006
Most workers have to account for their time at work, whether by punching the timeclock or reporting their hours. Commentator Ellen Miller thinks politicians should be required to do the same.

DON'T eat your spinach — for now

Lisa Napoli | Sep 15, 2006
In more than eight states, bagged spinach is being blamed for a rash of E. coli outbreaks. Federal health officials are warning not to eat any bagged spinach of any brand. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Health

Week on Wall Street

Bob Moon | Sep 15, 2006
Host Bob Moon talks about this week's market news with Dallas stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson.
Posted In: Wall Street

What does a man want?!

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Sep 15, 2006
More men are staying single longer and their spending habits are changing. So, marketers got together in New York to look at what appeals to this changing customer base. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: New York

They'll write a jingle for a song

| Sep 15, 2006
Cash Peters reports on a company that is trying to revolutionize the music you hear while on hold or on a website.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship

Textbook rebels

| Sep 15, 2006
There's a revolution brewing on college campuses and it might just lower the cost of an all-nighter. Sean Cole reports.

Jobs for seniors

Kai Ryssdal | Sep 15, 2006
Older Americans want to work. So Tim Driver set up a site to match employers with eager seniors. Goodbye retirement. Hello, timesheet.

Protecting your investments

| Sep 15, 2006
The sky isn't falling, but certain segments of the economy might make Chicken Little head for cover. How can you protect your portfolio from a softening housing market and fluctuating oil prices? Kai talks with Jane Kim of the Wall Street Journal.
Posted In: Investing, Retirement

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