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You don't know Jack

Oct 6, 2005
On commercial music radio, it seems Wolfman Jack has been replaced by just... Jack. Gideon D'Arcangelo has more.

Toyota's smooth road ahead

Oct 5, 2005
Today, GM announced it's selling part of its stake in Fuji Heavy Industries — the maker of Subaru — to rival carmaker Toyota. Alisa Roth has more.

Taking a bite out of the budget

Oct 5, 2005
Federal departments are proposing budget cuts to make Hurricane Katrina ends meet. The Senate Agriculture committee's is thinking cutting food stamps will lop $3 billion off its budget; Helen Palmer reports.

Insurance's big hit

Oct 5, 2005
The estimated cost of Hurricane Katrina continues to rise. The British insurance firm Wellington says its losses will be much higher than it exected. From London, Stephen Beard reports.

Not safe to walk to work

Oct 5, 2005
During the last decade, more than 350 women have been victims of violent crime in towns across the border from El Paso. Most of them were on their way to or from work at big factories, or "maquiladoras." Carole King reports.

<a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/RSS/">Marketplace Takeout: podcast for you</a>

Oct 5, 2005
<a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/RSS/">Marketplace has launched Marketplace Takeout, a free weekly podcast that collects the best stories from Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Money. Find out how to subscribe.</a>

<a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/RSS/">Marketplace podcasts: it's true</a>

Oct 5, 2005
<a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/RSS/">Marketplace has launched Marketplace Takeout, a free weekly podcast that collects the best stories from Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Money. Find out how to subscribe.</a>

Airlines staying in the black

Oct 5, 2005
A few non-bankrupt airlines have managed to stall a bill in Congress that would provide special financial breaks for their counterparts in bankruptcy. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.

Filling up, south of the border

Oct 5, 2005
As gas prices have surged in the US, many Americans have been looking for deals wherever they can find them. From Tijuana, Jordana Gustafson has more.

Paper cuts

Oct 5, 2005
Two paper-product manufacturers announced hefty job cuts Tuesday, blaming rising energy costs. Wisconsin Public Radio's Patty Murray reports.

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