For some workers, the recession has brought their first reversal of fortune. But zigging in and out of jobs is becoming an all too familiar game of financial musical chairs for a lot of us. Jeff Tyler reports.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer is looking at becoming the nation's first metro newspaper to go Web-only next week. Its journalists are facing lower salaries and benefit cuts. Could this be a model for newspapers' survival? Mitchell Hartman reports.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is asking Congress for a $500 billion line of credit with the U.S. Treasury. This enormous new request could signal a change in strategy in the banking bailout. Steve Henn reports.
Some 12.5 million Americans are now looking for work, as unemployment hit a 25-year high last month. Millions more are underemployed. But some experts see signs the job market may be about to turn around. John Dimsdale reports.
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