Marketplace AM for August 26, 2005

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Won't you take me to... Funkytown

Steven Greenberg was the artistic engine driving Lipps, Inc. 25 years after its hit "Funkytown" topped charts, it's still heard in commercials, soundtracks and more. Angela Frucci catches up with Greenberg.
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Ready to meet fall TV?

Lisa Napoli talks to Stu Levine, senior editor with Variety, about what new shows look promising in the fall lineup.
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A blemish on Lance's record?

A French newspaper says urine samples from 1999 suggest the seven-time Tour de France winner used a banned substance that year. Armstrong says "preposterous." Diana Nyad talks to Scott Jagow.

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