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PODCAST: Federal Reserve easing, Cyprus seizing

Mar 20, 2013
The latest from the Federal Reserve, the worst case scenario in Cyprus, and the pros and cons of banking at a credit union.

PODCAST: Cyprus tax, gambling tacks

Mar 18, 2013
An unusual bailout agreement in Cyprus calls for taxes on bank deposits. And, the Borgata casino in Atlantic City tries make customers more comfortable with online gambling.

PODCAST: Whale watch, medical match

Mar 15, 2013
Washington goes 'Whale' watching. Will President Obama's second term have a greener tint? And a generation of medical school students learn how to huddle.

PODCAST: Shark fight, inflation lite

Mar 14, 2013
Samsung looks to challenge Apple's cool-factor. Prices are up, should we be worried about inflation? And, new restrictions on shark fishing.

PODCAST: Retail sales grow, cybersecurity limbo

Mar 13, 2013
Retail sales sprout a surprise bump. Zara-owner Inditex turns fast-fashion into big profits. And President Obama enlists corporate CEO's to help protect against hacking.

PODCAST: Mega commuter, budget suitor

Mar 12, 2013
Washington kicks off a big budget week, but will the stalemate break? The cost of recusals at the SEC. And attack of the mega-commuters.

PODCAST: Whole Foods GMO, 'Patch' day tomorrow

Mar 11, 2013
Get ready for Patch Tuesday, a new software holiday of sorts from Microsoft. Japan marks two year anniversary of the tsunami. And Whole Foods plans to label all genetically modified foods in its stores by 2018.

PODCAST: Jobs bloom, local farms struggle to get startup vroom

Mar 8, 2013
Global stocks reach a five-year high while U.S. unemployment falls to a four-year low. And, while more consumers want to buy food from small, local farms, those types of growers are having a hard time getting start-up money.

PODCAST: NYSE on top, Nasdaq what's up?

Mar 7, 2013
The Dow stayed in record territory this morning after strong jobs data from the Labor Department. As home prices rise, construction and building supply chains do to. And, is the Nasdaq feeling left out?

PODCAST: Record Dow, Subway card cash cow?

Mar 5, 2013
Governor of Virginia Bob McDonnell shares his expectations for the months ahead as the sequester takes effect. What's got the Dow into record territory? And lost your Metrocard? That'll cost you a dollar.

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