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When an evacuee becomes a transplant

| Sep 12, 2005
James Gregory is a professor of history at the University of Washington. He's guessing that most of those who left New Orleans won't be headed home again.

A helping hand?

| Sep 12, 2005
Given the size and scope of Hurricane Katrina, it's only natural to ask what role the federal government should play in the gulf coast's recovery. Economist and commentator Glenn Hubbard has one view.

Radio radio

| Sep 12, 2005
Marketplace's Dan Grech reports that Gulf Coast residents have turned to their local radio stations for help in stitching their communities back together. And for finding the shortest lines for gas.

The Sloan Sessions

| Sep 12, 2005
Alan Sloan talks to host Scott Jagow about billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian and his sly new moves to buy GM stock.

Small biz in New Orleans

| Sep 12, 2005
Some small businesses may try to hang on until New Orleans rebuilds. But what will determine which businesses can survive this disaster? From New Orleans, Sam Eaton reports.

Tracking the big G

| Sep 12, 2005
John Battelle tells host Lisa Napoli that the battle between Google and its rivals has rewritten the rules of business in the Internet age.

Personal Polluter

| Sep 9, 2005
Reporter Rebecca Williams drives a car that's leaking oil. And it's going to cost her a lot of money to fix it. What would you do if you found out you're a pretty big polluter?

Bad Boss Syndrome

| Sep 9, 2005
<em>Best Life Magazine's</em> Steve Perrine tells Kai what makes a bad boss bad and what workers do about it.
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The "Buzzword": CBO

| Sep 9, 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; "CBO." You hear it, you see it, but do you really know it?

"Day in the Work Life": Record Store Owner

| Sep 9, 2005
These days you can fit your whole music collection in pocket-sized, digital gadgets. But remember when musical high-tech consisted of a needle dropped on a whirling slab of vinyl? On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we go ol' school with a record shop owner.
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