Tomorrow American Airlines will halt 15 daily roundtrip flights for at least the rest of October to offset soaring jet fuel prices. Are other airlines likely to follow suit? Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Young couples are, in general, they're on a more equal footing than ever before. And some marketers have decided they're well worth targeting as one unit. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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.
In the United States, the average price of an in-vitro fertilization cycle runs about $12,000. That price tag is pushing some couples to seek cheaper fertility treatment overseas. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
We've all cooled our heels for an hour at the doctor's office, just to see a doctor for 10 minutes. So what about a plan that cuts down on the long waits, lets you spend more time with the doctor and offers easier access to medical care? It exists -- for a price. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports on the pros and cons of what's being called "concierge medicine."
Newspaper and magazine etiquette columns are mushrooming. Etiquette lessons are making a comeback. Can manners make you better in business? Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte finds out.
Sound familiar...you have dialed a company's 1-800 number for help with a question or billing issue but soon find that your adrift in a phone menu system. Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte set out to find why it can be so tough to solve problems through customer service…and what hope there is of resolution.
The latest figures say that at least 44 million Americans don't have health insurance. Some experts believe that number could be higher. What are your options if you don't have health insurance? Is there a way to navigate the system? Ashley Milne-Tyte finds out.
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Ready for your close up? Apparently, the answer is yes. According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, teeth-whitening shot up by 300 percent between 1996 and 2000. And, some dentists are already plotting the next big thing to attract you to their chair. Ashley Milne-Tyte has our story.