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Is the Endangered Species Act endangered?

| Sep 26, 2005
A floor vote is imminent in the House on changes to the Endangered Species Act. The changes would restrict the government's ability to set aside "critical habitat" for threatened plants and animals. Jane Lindholm reports.

One for the machinists

| Sep 26, 2005
Boeing has made a tentative deal with its striking machinists. Why is this union succeeding where others have failed? Jason Paur reports.

Letters for September 23, 2005

| Sep 23, 2005
Time for us to peek into the <em>Marketplace Money</em> letters bag. Don't miss the missives.

The "Buzzword": Prime Rate

| Sep 23, 2005
Life is hard enough without having to decipher everything. Each week, <em>Marketplace Money</em> brings you a word or a phrase that has bubbled to the top of the news. For instance &mdash; "Prime Rate." You hear it, you see it, but do you really know it?

"Day in the Work Life" Flower Farmer

| Sep 23, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" &mdash; our regular look at how folks trade time for money &mdash; we plant seeds with a flower farmer.
Posted In: Jobs

The Mailbag for September 23, 2005

| Sep 23, 2005
Our economics editor Chris Farrell answers more of your burning money questions. This week: advice on investing in drips, selling off real estate assets, and creating a balanced retirement portfolio.
Posted In: Investing, Retirement

The "Straight Story" with Chris Farrell: Google Stock

| Sep 23, 2005
It's time once again for economics editor Chris Farrell to help you sort out the "Straight Story." This week, Chris takes stock in Google.
Posted In: Investing

From the Money Matters Desk: Office Etiquette

| Sep 23, 2005
On this week's Money Matters &mdash; our regular look at how to improve your bottom line &mdash; we learn how to play nice at work. Joining Kai is Peter Post, the author of <em>The Etiquette Advantage in Business.</em>
Posted In: Jobs

Start Again

| Sep 23, 2005
How do you rebuild your finances after a major life change? <em>Money Magazine's</em> Ellen McGirt offers this guide.

Regulating Hedge Funds

| Sep 23, 2005
Hedge funds aren't for the rich anymore. More and more average investors are putting cash into these risky ventures. But, the risks might now be under the regulation of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Georgetown Professor Jim Angel tells us about changes coming to the hedge fund industry.
Posted In: Investing

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