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The Sloan Sessions

Jun 6, 2005
Allan Sloan is the Wall Street editor for Newsweek magazine. He talks about the news from Wall Street with host Kai Ryssdal.

Art meets business

Jun 6, 2005
One Hollywood producer wants to teach kids how to avoid the starving artist stereotype. He's starting a new charter school in LA that'll give artistic students a healthy dose of business sense.

Teen job prospects down this summer

Jun 6, 2005
A study out today from Northeastern University says this will be the bleakest summer season for jobseeking teenagers since 1948. Work and Family correspondent Sarah Gardner reports that many young people really needed that paycheck.

Under the influence: left vs. right

Jun 3, 2005
<a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/features/under_the_influence/">Under the Influence</a> is a four-part series on think tanks and the money behind them. In part four of this Marketplace-Economist Magazine special report, Scott Tong reports on how think tanks play a game of &quot;left versus right&quot;.

Mrs. Blair goes to Washington

Jun 3, 2005
British Prime Minister Tony Blair heads to the White House Monday to meet with President Bush, while his wife Cherie plans to appear before a packed hall at Washington's Kennedy Center. Cherie Blair's speaking fee is getting lots of attention in Britain; Amy Scott reports.
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Under the Influence: exercising power

Jun 3, 2005
Can a think tank be a lobbyist? <a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/features/under_the_influence/">Under the Influence</a> is a four-part series on think tanks and the money behind them. In part three of this Marketplace-Economist Magazine special report, we look at the line between research and advocacy &#151; and whether it's being blurred.

Clyde Prestowitz on trade

Jun 3, 2005
Former Reagan Administration official Clyde Prestowitz has written the new book <I>Three Billion New Capitalists</I>, a thoughtful analysis of American's economic prostpects in an increasingly globalized economy.

Hollywood fetes Clinton (not Bill)

Jun 3, 2005
Hollywood hosted a couple of star-studded celebrity galas in honor of a Clinton this week. Hillary, that is. Lisa Napoli talks with Michael Speier, an editor with Variety, about the Hollywood and its new favorite Clinton.

Under the Influence: an idea takes hold

Jun 2, 2005
In part two of four of <a href="http://marketplace.publicradio.org/features/under_the_influence/">Under the Influence</a>, the Marketplace special report on think tanks, Amy Scott reports on how an idea seemingly out of nowhere became the next big thing. It's why you've heard of the estate tax.

Mortgage "rescue" schemes

Jun 2, 2005
A new report from the <a href="http://www.consumerlaw.org" target="_blank">National Consumer Law Center</a> says that Americans across the country are being cheated out of their homes by mortgage scams. And thanks to a confluence of economic forces, the number of victims is expected to rise.

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