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Put it on the card

Sep 28, 2005
The American Bankers Association said today the percentage of past-due credit card payments reached an all-time high this spring. That's before the hurricanes hit the gulf. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.

A diamond, a fast car, and a Dell

Sep 28, 2005
At the Ritz Carlton hotel in New York today a new luxury line was rolled out. By Dell — a computer company with a reputation for bargains. Rachel Dornhelm looked into why Dell is so intent on movin' on up.

Entergy rewires the Gulf

Sep 28, 2005
Energy company Entergy has declared bankruptcy for its New Orleans subsidiary, but that doesn't mean it's not getting back to work. Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.

Party's over, back to work

Sep 28, 2005
They're sweeping up confetti in St. Louis today after Change To Win concluded its founding convention. With the hoopla over, what's the new federation's first priority? John Dimsdale reports from St. Louis.

Global warming hearing

Sep 28, 2005
Today a Senate committee will talk about science and politics, and this whole global warming thing will likely be debated. But Sam Eaton reports that many business leaders think the verdict is already in.

Kodak in the digital revolution

Sep 28, 2005
As Eastman Kodak convenes a meeting of institutional investors today, questions continue to swirl over whether the leader in print photography has what it takes to compete in the digital age. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Postal budget planning

Sep 28, 2005
Postal Service CFO Richard Strasser said Tuesday the U.S. Mail is expected to operate in the red next year — about $1.8 billion in the red. Tess Vigeland reports.

New hospital commitment: save lives

Sep 28, 2005
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement hopes to save 100,000 lives in the next 18 months by improving hospital care. As Helen Palmer reports, this might also help hospitals increase their bottom lines.

Bouncing monkeys and trivia quizzes

Sep 28, 2005
Internet advertising revenue was up 26% for the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2004. If the Internet is picking up steam in ad revenue, is any traditional media losing it? Andrea Gardner reports.

Change to Win gets going

Sep 27, 2005
The 7 unions that recently broke away from the AFL-CIO gathered today in St. Louis to establish a new federation. Delegates ratified a constitution and picked Anna Burger to run the new organization. John Dimsdale is there.

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