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Sleepless nights in North Carolina

Aug 1, 2005
Two years ago the textile giant Pillowtex closed its plants in central North Carolina. More than 6,000 workers in cities like Concord, Salisbury and Kannapolis lost their jobs. Leoneda Inge checks in with one family.

Taking the business of Washington to TV

Aug 1, 2005
There has been a strange calm over Washington since John Roberts was nominated to the Supreme Court: No sign of the all-out ad war pundits had predicted. Steve Henn has the story.

The Sloan Sessions

Aug 1, 2005
Alan Sloan talks with Scott Jagow about the latest happenings on Wall Street.

What to expect

Aug 1, 2005
20 years ago, Heidi Murkoff penned <em>What to Expect When You're Expecting.</em> But she never expected it to become a full-time industry.

Copper trinkets in Swaziland

Aug 1, 2005
Imagine a string of roadside markets where merchants are selling lots of shiny metal souvenirs. But the source of the copper is making the phone company unhappy. Megan Williams reports.

How important it your reputation?

Jul 29, 2005
Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan spoke this week about strengthening the stability of the global financial system. Guarding against risk &mdash; and protecting reputations &mdash; is vital for financial giants, says David Wells.

Smile for the camera

Jul 29, 2005
The digital revolution has made still photographs as easy to duplicate as a rock song. From Chicago, Jonathan Menjivar says that's making life difficult for locals dropping off pictures at the corner Fotomat.

Tested on real curves

Jul 29, 2005
Six scantily clad women pose proudly together in a new ad campaign by Dove. We sent Ashley Milne-Tyte to find out what Madison Ave. is thinking.

The week on Wall Street

Jul 29, 2005
David Johnson talks with host David Brown about this week on Wall Street, and welcomes him to Texas.

So long, it's been good to know you

Jul 29, 2005
After five years at Marketplace, David Brown is leaving the program &mdash; and Los Angeles &mdash; for Texas. Hear why when he says, well, not exactly goodbye.

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