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with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace PM for May 4, 2006

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Former top Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong peers from China's biggest single-currency note, a 100 Yuan (or Renminbi) bank note.
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Fill'er up with ethanol

A sign advertises the availability of E85 fuel at a gas station January 27, 2006 in Chicago, Ill.
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Investing in vaccines

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Organic powerhouse

A Whole Foods Market in Chicago
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Road construction nightmare

Cars enter the "Big Dig" tunnel in Boston in 2004. More than 400 leaks have been discovered recently, due to faulty watereproof panels along the Interstate 93 section of the nation's costliest federally funded transportation project.
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No. 2 NFL Draft pick Reggie Bush is the latest player in trouble: His family allegedly took $100 lived rent-free in a $750,000 home while Bush was a student-athlete at USC.
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Not a pretty picture

Kodak film sits on a shelf at a photography store.
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Yes, humans cause global warming

NASA scientists located the largest ozone hole ever recorded, 11.5 million square-miles, in a report released October 3, 2000.
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