Marketplace AM for November 12, 2004

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Germany goes pop

Germany has a rich musical heritage, boasting such homegrown talent as Beethoven and Mozart. But when it comes to contemporary pop music, most Germans would rather listen to American artists like Britney Spears or Janet Jackson. Now, Germany's music industry is putting pressure on the country's radio stations to do something about it. From Berlin, Kyle James reports.
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Have I got a deal for you!

If you want to be your own boss, chances are there is a franchise opportunity out there with your name on it. Marketplace contributor Cash Peters visited a recent West Coast franchise expo to find out about what kind of business he'd like to run.
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The Job Files!

In this edition of The Job Files, meet the haircutter. Produced by Ada Lee Halofsky.

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