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FBI investigates spinach grower

Oct 5, 2006
The FBI is now involved in the E. coli investigation. Rachel Dornhelm looks at whether the food processing company in the cross-hairs can bounce back.
Posted In: Health

Star Trek auction

Oct 5, 2006
Christie's today is offering the highest bidder a piece of the final frontier. Janet Babin reports.

Easing up the war on Canadian drugs

Oct 4, 2006
It's still illegal to import them, but starting next week U.S. Customs agents will no longer routinely seize packages of prescription drugs arriving by mail from Canada. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Mets compete with their pocketbook

Oct 4, 2006
New York's "other" baseball team starts its playoff run today. Lisa Napoli reports that the New York Mets' success is the product of hard work — and big spending.
Posted In: Sports

Day in the Work Life: Ad woman

Sep 29, 2006
On this week's A Day in the Work Life, our look at how folks trade their time for money, we spread the word with a performance marketer.

Medical ID theft

Sep 29, 2006
Identity theft isn't only about credit cards. Your medical records can fall into the wrong hands. How do you protect yourself? Kai talks with Joseph Menn of the Los Angeles Times.

Maybe there's some benefit to Medicare plan

Sep 29, 2006
When Medicare launched its new drug benefit a year ago, critics predicted horror story scenarios. But new details released by the Bush administration have Medicare officials doing a victory dance. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health, Washington

Taking a (tax) break in Puerto Rico

Sep 29, 2006
A great example of how companies are getting even more creative looking for tax breaks? The pharmaceutical industry's presence in Puerto Rico. Kai Ryssdal talks about it with Jill Barshay of Congressional Quarterly.
Posted In: Canada, Health, Investing, Washington

One musician making it on his own

Sep 29, 2006
Sean Cole profiles blues musician Richard Johnston, who gives new meaning to the term one-man band.

Hollywood tries to undercut bootleggers

Sep 29, 2006
Warner Bros. is employing new tactics to battle China's DVD pirates. It's releasing the "Superman Returns" DVD earlier and cheaper in China, but will it work? Jocelyn Ford reports.

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