Marketplace for Friday, February 1, 2013
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After a dramatic slump during the recession, Boise, Idaho’s economy has returned to good health. The income tax is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. With an improving housing market comes more open houses, and Jim Burress reports on the 'lookie-loos' turning out to see their neighbors’ cribs. Ticketmaster is doing away with those annoying things known as 'captchas,' which make sure you’re not a robot. And Grantland's Wesley Morris talks about the business behind filmmaking.
Posted In: Weekly Wrap
The Labor Department reported that 157,000 jobs were created in January, but also revealed an uptick in unemployment to 7.9 percent.
Posted In: Housing, real estate
Resurgent home sales are a boon for those who like to tour open houses for fun.
Looking back at what's changed since the last time the Dow Industrial Jones Average reached above 14,000.