Marketplace AM for October 25, 2005
Workers who feel their bosses are fair have a reduced risk of heart attack and coronary disease, according to a long-term British study. Working for a bad boss? The news isn't so good. Scott Tong reports.
Starting today SureWest Communications offers HDTV over IP lines on a broad scale. That means owners of HDTV sets can have their cable service come over Internet connections. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
Author and trend-watcher Joel Kotkin discusses New York City's myriad economic troubles with host Scott Jagow.
Not every one displaced by Wilma had a physical address. Some were the homeless denizens of state parks in the Florida Keys. Dan Grech meets up with a few in Miami.
A new survey finds that employees are spending a chunk of work time keeping up with their favorite blogs. Tess Vigeland reports.
Ford CEO Bill Ford Jr. visits India's capital today to unveil Ford's new line of Fiestas in what has become the world's second-biggest market. Miranda Kennedy reports.
This year's hurricane season has given many state-run flood insurance programs a run for their money. Sam Eaton reports.