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Candy's not just for kids

Oct 31, 2006
Halloween has grown into a multi-billion dollar retail industry, thanks to an 18-and-up crowd that's embraced the spooky holiday as another reason to celebrate. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Ringtone royalties

Oct 30, 2006
There's a whole lot of money rolling in from cell phone ringtones and other digital downloads — but music companies might be taking more than their share of the royalties. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Entertainment

Vioxx heads to court . . . again

Oct 30, 2006
Merck's arthritis drug Vioxx is back in court today as an 11th case goes to trial, but the legal landscape of the ongoing litigation has changed considerably. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Crime, Health

Day in the Work Life: Creepy tales

Oct 27, 2006
On this week's A Day in the Work Life, our look at how folks trade their time for money, we get spooked by a horror novelist.

MLB cuts back revenue sharing

Oct 27, 2006
Host Scott Jagow and business of sports commentator Diana Nyad take a look at the fine print in Major League Baseball's new labor agreement and how it could impact the game.
Posted In: Sports

Out of style, out of profits

Oct 27, 2006
Remember the Timberland boot? The once-hip footwear has gone the way of all fads — and taken much of the company's profits with it. Diantha Parker reports.

Job Files: Bodyguard

Oct 27, 2006
Today we hit the mean streets of New York with bodyguard George Selios.

Willing, not ready for flu outbreak

Oct 26, 2006
A Harvard University poll found that most Americans would stay home during a bird flu pandemic — and take a huge financial hit. Host Kai Ryssdal talks to professor Robert Blendon about the study.
Posted In: Health

Missouri tries to cure its Medicaid mess

Oct 26, 2006
Last year, Missouri went from being one of the best states for insuring its citizens to one of the worst. So it's scrapping its Medicaid system and starting over, Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Health

Lung cancer screenings worth it after all?

Oct 26, 2006
Promising results from a new study on lung cancer screening could be a boost for companies that make CT scanners. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Health

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