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Pharmaceutical goodwill ambassadors

Feb 22, 2006
Many sales reps for GlaxoSmithKline will now take on the added duty of goodwill ambassador for the drug industry. Stacey Vanek-Smith has more.
Posted In: Health

Cross country woes

Feb 22, 2006
The US Cross Country Ski Team has been suffering a serious medal drought. Jason Paur looks at how the team is hoping to change its fortunes with a new spending plan.
Posted In: Sports

Antiquities and iniquities

Feb 21, 2006
Today, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art signed a deal with Italy. The Met will return allegedly looted antiquities to Italy in exchange for long-term loans of other artifacts. But as Lisa Napoli reports, the deal may open a big can of worms.
Posted In: Canada

Real estate's come-from-behind win in Park City

Feb 20, 2006
Park City, Utah, hosted numerous events during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Many realtors predicted a housing boom to come with the Games. It came... but not until a while later. Robin Sussingham reports.
Posted In: Sports

"Sopranos" maps

Feb 20, 2006
The producers of HBO's hit series "The Sopranos" are hoping to generate more buzz among fans by offering a map of Tony Soprano's favorite haunts on Google Maps.

Courting a Mediator

Feb 18, 2006
Battles over child custody or land disputes don't have to end up in court. Reporter Brian Bull looks at a cheaper way to reach a mutual resolution.

The FDA and generic drugmakers

Feb 17, 2006
The FDA announced today that it wants to charge user fees to companies who make generic drugs. Helen Palmer looks at the reasons behind the FDA push, and what it means for generic drug makers.
Posted In: Health

The Job Files: Theater Organist

Feb 17, 2006
This installment of the Job Files looks at Wurlitzer organ player Jim Riggs.

Canadian drug shortage?

Feb 17, 2006
A free-market think tank north of the border warns that the land of the maple leaf could face a prescription drug shortage, given the amount of Canadian medicines sold to Americans over the Internet. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Investing in disaster

Feb 16, 2006
One of Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firms will invest $200 million into a pandemic and bio-defense fund. The VC fund also invested in Google and Amazon. Helen Palmer looks into whether its latest idea has legs.
Posted In: Health, Investing, Wall Street

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