Marketplace AM for May 29, 2006
Many of the nation's high schools have closed for summer break. Alex Cohen reports these days, teens needn't settle for jobs flipping burgers to make summer bucks.
As increased ethanol production eats up more and more of the nation's corn harvest, an unintended consequence will be higher meat prices at the grocery store. Dan Grech reports.
The White House is reported to be planning an all-out financial attack on Iran over its plans to enrich uranium. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
A Japanese convenience store chain aims to give 7-Eleven a run for its Slurpee. Andrea Gardner reports.
Tourism agencies around the country are hoping to cash in on high gas and air travel prices by encouraging locals to vacation in their own backyard. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.