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And the tiny little Emmy goes to...

Nov 11, 2005
An Emmy Award for cell phone content? It begs the question -- what if they just phoned in their performance? Lisa Napoli reports on Hollywood's latest self-congratulatory endeavor.

What Would Aslan Do?

Nov 11, 2005
Next month Disney releases "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," based on C.S. Lewis's allegorical children's book. As Phillip Babich reports, Christian groups hope to spread the gospel by helping Disney market the film.

Prescription drugs, what a headache

Nov 11, 2005
A new survey shows a plurality of seniors have a negative view of the new Medicare prescription drug program. At the same time, a separate study shows more prescription drugs are being brought illegally into the U.S. from other countries. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Health

Let my vaccines go

Nov 9, 2005
Unlike in other pharmaceutical areas, there is no free market in the vaccine industry. Commentator and author Sally Pipes says that decades of disastrous vaccine policy have left us unprepared.
Posted In: Health

SARS lessons

Nov 7, 2005
This year, the disease on everybody's mind is bird flu, but two years ago it was SARS, which left hundreds dead in Asia and also hit Toronto. As Steve McNally reports, the city learned some valuable lessons.
Posted In: Canada, Health

"Day in the Work Life": Executive Coach

Nov 4, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we set financial goals with an executive coach.
Posted In: Jobs

Random House 'n' Universal

Nov 4, 2005
Host Lisa Napoli talks to Michael Speier about Random House's agreement with the movie studio Universal to turn books into movies.

Hoping the sky is falling

Nov 4, 2005
Disney hopes to recapture some of its former glory in the realm of animation with the release of <em>Chicken Little</em>, which opens today. Brian Watt reports.

Merck gets a win

Nov 3, 2005
Drug company Merck won big today in New Jersey when the jury in the second Vioxx trial found that the company properly warned doctors and patients of the drug's risks. Helen Palmer reports from the Health Desk at WGBH.
Posted In: Health

Where will the Saints go marching in?

Nov 3, 2005
Sports business consultant David Carter discusses the future of the hurricane-displaced New Orleans Saints football team with host Lisa Napoli.
Posted In: Health

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