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Educating Rico: Audit or treat?

Oct 20, 2006
Associate Producer Rico Gagliano is back with another installment of our series, Educating Rico. In the week's episode, he confronts a taxpayer's worst nightmare . . . just in time for Halloween.
Posted In: Taxes
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We want your vote — and we'll pay for it

Oct 19, 2006
In all likelihood, a campaign office somewhere has an electronic file with your personal voting and spending habits as political consultants take a page from the marketing pros' handbook. Scott Tong looks at how they get all that info.
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DIY Super Bowl commercials

Oct 19, 2006
A few big companies are planning to show user-generated commercials during Super Bowl XLI. Host Kai Ryssdal asks business of sports analyst Ed Derse about the latest trend in the advertising world.
Posted In: Sports
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Gas prices headed back up?

Oct 19, 2006
Members of the powerful oil cartel are expected to authorize production cuts to boost oil prices today when they meet today. Jeff Tyler takes a look at how that could impact the U.S. economy and consumers at the pump.
Posted In: Economy
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A history of oil problems

Oct 19, 2006
Gas prices could be on the rise again if OPEC follows through with production cuts, but things could be worse. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us back to this week in 1973 for the OPEC oil embargo.
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All's <i>very</i> well on Wall Street

Oct 18, 2006
Wall Street workers were paid close to $300,000 last year on average, and securities firms like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch are turning $3 billion quarterly profits. Amy Scott reports on the banking boom.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Inflation watch, day two

Oct 18, 2006
Investors are holding their collective breath to see whether consumer price figures released today add to or ease inflation fears stirred by yesterday's wholesale numbers. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Economy
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Stuyvesant Towners movin' out?

Oct 18, 2006
A big developer purchased Stuyvesant Town yesterday for a whopping $5.4 billion. Alex Goldmark looks at what's next for Manhattan's last bastion of middle class housing.
Posted In: Housing, New York
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Big drop in wholesale inflation &mdash; sort of

Oct 17, 2006
Economic data out today says wholesale prices dropped more than expected last month because of cheaper fuel. But it also suggests that inflation might be on the rise. So where's the economy headed? Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Economy
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Chicago exchanges unite

Oct 17, 2006
The Merc snapped up crosstown rival Chicago Board of Trade today to create the world's biggest exchange for futures contracts. And the marriage could spark other similar deals, Diantha Parker reports.
Posted In: Economy

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