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Organic Food

| Nov 14, 2004
Natural food is all the buzz these days. Evidenced by the success of Whole Foods - the world's biggest natural foods supermarket. Last quarter, the company made roughly $30-million in profit. But when you go to any store - how do you know what's natural, what's organic, and what's not? Kai learns how to shop for organic food from Bob Scowcroft of Organic Farming Research Foundation.

Being the Federal Reserve

| Nov 14, 2004
The Federal Reserve boosted short-term interest rates last week. To help figure out what the Fed's thinking, Kai places a call to economist Hugh Johnson of First Albany.
Posted In: Economy

Tax Code Reform

Bob Moon | Nov 14, 2004
Cha-Cha-Changes…tax reform is on President Bush's second term agenda. What might those reforms be? Reporter Bob Moon finds how those proposed changes might change your bottom-line.

Life - after Arafat

| Nov 12, 2004
As the Palestinian people mourn the loss of leader Yasser Arafat, Palestinian politicians jockey for power. And without Arafat, some say new money will start flowing into West Bank businesses. Eric Niiler reports.
Posted In: Canada

The week that was on Wall Street

| Nov 12, 2004
Host David Brown checks in with Dallas stockbroker and analyst David Johnson about the week on Wall Street... and what to look for next week.
Posted In: Wall Street

The Next Four Years - fiscal policy

| Nov 12, 2004
In our post-election series The Next Four Years: Today we hear from commentator and author Clyde Prestowitz about how we may end up paying for our fiscal policies with our economic world leadership.

Hollywood, movies, and the 21st century ...

| Nov 12, 2004
Now for more proof that globalization affects everything. Hollywood and the typical American movie have forever changed - because their market is no longer limited to a domestic audience. Host David Brown talks to New York Times Magazine writer Lynn Hirschberg about why there won't be any more Casablanca's...

Germany goes pop

| Nov 12, 2004
Germany has a rich musical heritage, boasting such homegrown talent as Beethoven and Mozart. But when it comes to contemporary pop music, most Germans would rather listen to American artists like Britney Spears or Janet Jackson. Now, Germany's music industry is putting pressure on the country's radio stations to do something about it. From Berlin, Kyle James reports.

Have I got a deal for you!

| Nov 12, 2004
If you want to be your own boss, chances are there is a franchise opportunity out there with your name on it. Marketplace contributor Cash Peters visited a recent West Coast franchise expo to find out about what kind of business he'd like to run.

The Job Files!

| Nov 12, 2004
In this edition of The Job Files, meet the haircutter. Produced by Ada Lee Halofsky.

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