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Think you've got a bad boss?

Hilary Wicai | Jul 14, 2006
A new Internet contest allows disgruntled workers to get back at their bosses. Hillary Wicai has the story.

Protest profiteers

Dan Grech | Jul 14, 2006
Mexico City's central plaza has been full of election protestors lately. And those protestors bring their pesos. Dan Grech reports on one sector of the economy that thrives on dissent.
Posted In: Canada

Resale bling

| Jul 14, 2006
With gold prices climbing back toward record highs, Hillary Wicai wonders if there are any resale treasures hiding in her jewelry box. She fills us in on the market for scrap gold.

Beirut bombing halts air traffic

Kai Ryssdal | Jul 13, 2006
Beirut's been experiencing its first economic boom since Lebanon's civil war ended — but it's based largely on tourism. How will today's attacks affect the economy there? Host Kai Ryssdal talks to the Wall Street Journal's Karby Leggett.
Posted In: Canada

Strike on Israeli port city

Kai Ryssdal | Jul 13, 2006
The Israeli port city of Haifa — well inside the country's borders — was hit by rockets today, an attack that preceded Israel's second bombing of Beirut's airport. Host Kai Ryssdal speaks to journalist Hillary Krieger.
Posted In: Canada

Breaking up Sony BMG?

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jul 13, 2006
Back in 2004, Sony Music merged with BMG to create the world's second largest music company. Today, a European court ruling may unravel that merger. Ashley Milne-Tyte explains.
Posted In: Canada

The end of ZIRP as we know it

| Jul 13, 2006
That's Zero Interest Rate Policy — long Japan's response to a decade of deflationary recession. But tomorrow, Japan's central bank is expected to reinstate interest rates for the first time in five years. Steve Herman has the story.
Posted In: Economy

Wal-Mart relaxes its theft policy

Lisa Napoli | Jul 13, 2006
Retail giant Wal-Mart has relaxed its zero-tolerance shoplifting policy. It's stopped prosecuting people who steal less than $25 in goods. Lisa Napoli report.

A wrench in Rosneft's IPO

Stephen Beard | Jul 13, 2006
Russian energy giant Rosneft was set to go public tomorrow in Moscow and on the London Stock Exchange, but the threat of legal action may halt those plans. Stephen Beard reports
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High cost of nuclear energy

| Jul 13, 2006
Commentator Mark Hertsgaard says G8 leaders are overestimating the benefits and underestimating the costs of nuclear power.

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