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US Air jets out of Chapter 11

| Sep 16, 2005
Just two days after Delta and Northwest went into Chapter 11, US Airways has won approval of its plan to get out. Helen Palmer at WGBH reports that doesn't necessarily mean US Airways will be any better off.

This is your pilot speaking

| Sep 16, 2005
Airline pilot and commentator Jonathan Hobbs has something to say about the merger of America West and US Airways.

'Rithmatic from computer scientists

| Sep 16, 2005
We've heard that we've outsourced and offshored our way to second class status in science and math. Today IBM wants to turn things around, helping 100 employees they train to be math and science teachers. Alisa Roth has more.

The week on Wall Street

| Sep 16, 2005
Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Wall Street analyst David Johnson, who we're thinking about calling "the market whisperer."
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Contracting New Orleans

| Sep 16, 2005
As the flood waters recede, business owners are looking for a role to play in the Gulf Coast cleanup. Rebuilding New Orleans is sure to boost the local economy. Right? Sam Eaton checks in with some small business owners.

German elections, American influence?

| Sep 16, 2005
Challenger Angela Merkel has been surging in the German polls by promising to shake things up with some American ideas. But in recent days Chancellor Gerhard Shroeder has been getting a second wind. Stephen Beard reports.

New Orleans evacuees get help

| Sep 16, 2005
Katrina Evacuees have scattered — to Dallas, Detroit, Washington DC, Boston, even the west coast. From KPCC in Los Angeles, Frank Stolze reports on one woman's efforts to help out the new arrivals.

A hot topic of the German elections

| Sep 16, 2005
Sunday's national elections in Germany could usher in a new era of leadership for the land of Volkswagen and Nietsche. What does Donald Trump have to do with it? Curt Nickisch reports.

Bush speaks on Katrina

| Sep 16, 2005
Last night the President outlined plans for reconstruction efforts in the wake of Katrina in a televised address. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports the economic implications of his speech.

Job Files: street promotion

| Sep 16, 2005
Some employers mandate a dress code. Others provide the outfit. In this episode of the job files, a New York street promoter has to wear the suit — or split.

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