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Business gets religion

Sep 19, 2006
Christian-based business ventures offer more than just books and devotional items. How about inspirational text messages and ring tones — even car insurance. Alex Goldmark reports.

Documentaries — the new public policy trend?

Sep 18, 2006
Al Gore's documentary seems to have gotten everyone thinking about global climate change. Now a former Oregon governor is adopting the strategy for health care reform. Ethan Lindsey reports.

Day in the Work Life: Balls and strikes

Sep 15, 2006
On this week's A Day in the Work Life, our look at how folks trade their time for money, we play ball with a minor league umpire.

DON'T eat your spinach — for now

Sep 15, 2006
In more than eight states, bagged spinach is being blamed for a rash of E. coli outbreaks. Federal health officials are warning not to eat any bagged spinach of any brand. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Health

Living next door to a work of art

Sep 15, 2006
You might think having a Frank Lloyd Wright in your neighborhood would be a good thing. But one Los Angeles community is finding there's a downside to historic architecture. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.

WHO recommends DDT

Sep 15, 2006
The World Health Organization today is expected to tap banned pesticide DDT as an important tool in the fight against malaria. But as Nancy Marshall Genzer reports, some African farmers are worried.
Posted In: Health

Job Files: Pool pro

Sep 15, 2006
Rack 'em up. This week's installment of the Job Files visits professional pool player Jennifer Barretta.

Good luck buying your own health insurance

Sep 14, 2006
Americans whose employers don't provide health insurance don't have a very good chance of finding it on their own. 9-in-10 who try are turned down or give up because it's too expensive, says a study out today. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Why do we make bad money decisions?

Sep 14, 2006
A new breed of economist is studying brain scans to figure that out. Think of it as an academic mashup between neuroscience and economics. Host Bob Moon talks to The New Yorker's John Cassidy who's been looking into the trend of Neuroeconomics.
Posted In: Health, Investing

Target's Bullseye goes upscale

Sep 14, 2006
Discount retailer Target has ventured into the world of high fashion with the Tar-zhay Couture label. Will it impact the company's value brand? Sarah Lemancyzk reports.

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