Features by Jane Lindholm

States consider labeling GMO foods

Polls show more than 90 percent of Americans would like a label on food made with genetically modified crops. The Food and Drug Administration has declined to require GMO labeling, but 20 states are taking matters into their own hands.
Posted In: genetically modified food, Food

Vermont not spared from Hurricane Irene

Business owners in Vermont assess the damage from flash floods caused by Hurricane Irene.
Posted In: Environment

A resurrected hope in local hydropower

With Vermont's contracts with out-of-state electricity plants set to expire, residents are nervous about rising rates. But a group of environmentalists may have found a local solution. Jane Lindholm reports.

High heating oil prices loom over U.S.

With heating oil prices expected to top $5 a gallon this winter, consumers are worried about heating their homes and many fuel dealers are facing the threat of collapse. Jane Lindholm reports.
Posted In: Oil

New Hampshire's other candidates

The $1,000 entry fee for presidential candidates in New Hampshire allows more people to run, and more unique platforms to be heard. Jane Lindholm looks into what some of the smaller candidates have to say.

Making a virtual impression

Golf has been a popular way to schmooze with the boss. But the workplace and the games we play are changing. Reporter Jane Lindholm thought it might be worth a shot at a new approach.
Posted In: Jobs

Studying ways to help 2-career couples

A lot of married couples find themselves having to figure out who gives up what so the other can take the job of a lifetime. Jane Lindholm reports it's a problem especially common in academia.
Posted In: Jobs

Foreclosed homes are going, going . . .

As foreclosed homes flood the market, lenders are looking to get their money out as soon as possible. One way to do that is at auction. Jane Lindholm checked out the bidding where lots of homes were on the block.
Posted In: Housing, Investing

When there's less white on the Green Mountain State

Vermont has long relied on winter tourism to bolster its economy. But with less snow and warmer weather this past season, businesses are considering other options. Jane Lindholm reports.

Subprime lending from the ground floor

We've heard a lot about the big names in subprime lending lately. But people like Frances Geary are struggling to keep their homes as mortgage payments rise. She talked with Jane Lindholm from her Upland, Calif., residence.
Posted In: Housing, Investing


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