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Bird flu: Migrating our way?

Helen Palmer | Oct 14, 2005
Bird flu is in Asia and parts of Europe. Can North America be far behind? From the Health Desk at WGBH, Helen Palmer checks in with America's poultry producers.
Posted In: Health

Canada gets tough

| Oct 14, 2005
Canadians: Nice people. Polite to us south of their border. But now they're getting a little peeved about something called soft lumber. From Toronto, Steve McNally reports.
Posted In: Canada

New Orleans diaspora: Baton Rouge

| Oct 14, 2005
On August 27, Baton Rouge had a population of about 415,000. 48 hours later that number had doubled. Now the state capital is suffering the effects of what could become a permanent migration. Karen Henderson explains.

The week on Wall Street

| Oct 14, 2005
David Johnson talks to host Kai Ryssdal about the markets' tough week, billionaire investing, and Paris Hilton.
Posted In: Wall Street

Boss Day on Sunday? That's fishy.

| Oct 14, 2005
National Boss Day is coming up &mdash; this <em>Sunday</em>. If you're aspiring to be boss, you may be wondering if you have to be a jerk to get to the corner office. Richard Conniff has some idea.

A youthful cocktail

| Oct 14, 2005
Thanks to targeted liquor industry marketing, urban 20 and 30-somethings are ordering up high-end spirits. To get the story, Apryl Lundsten pulled up a seat at the bar.

New Orleans workers sidelined

Sam Eaton | Oct 14, 2005
Area demolition and removal services are chafing over government clean-up contracts for New Orleans that have been awarded to out-of-state companies. Sam Eaton reports.

Daniel Craig is the new 007

Tess Vigeland | Oct 14, 2005
Today Sony Pictures officially unveiled the new James Bond today. Tess Vigeland reports on the success and longevity of the Bond franchise.

Knowing your enemy

| Oct 14, 2005
Commentator Adam Hanft looks at international tensions through Bond villains from 1960 to the post-Sept. 11-world.

Refco in trouble

Stacey Vanek Smith | Oct 14, 2005
After going public just two months ago, the futures trading giant has shut down one of its units due to a cash shortage. And that's not all. Marketplace's Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

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