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Transatlantic troubles mean Greeks left without family help

Oct 24, 2011
In Athens, Ga., Kai Ryssdal met Greek immigrant Lambrini Cain. She's lost her job and is underwater on her mortgage. But she can't ask her family back in Greece for help, because they aren't doing any better.
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How Greece's debt crisis would affect the U.S.

Oct 24, 2011
Europe may seem far away, but its debt crises could largely affect even the smaller towns in the U.S.
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Jill Schlesinger: Eurozone bank failure could be disaster for U.S.

Oct 21, 2011
Jill Schlesinger of CBS/Moneywatch says markets are less worried about the president's jobs bill, and more worried about the ongoing problems in Europe.
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Steel prices fall dramatically

Oct 19, 2011
With growth expectations unmet, steel manufacturers cut production.
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President Obama speaks in North Carolina today

Oct 17, 2011
President Obama starts his bus tour of the mid-Atlantic coast with North Carolina. What's the economy like in the Tarheel State?
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Running through the recession

Oct 17, 2011
A young Philadelphia woman loses her job and finds a new path to success. In her own words...
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Occupy Wall Street dealt a victory with clean-up cancellation

Oct 14, 2011
A clean-up planned in New York's Zuccotti Park this morning has been postponed indefinitely after protesters spent the night cleaning the park themselves.
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Voices from Occupy Wall Street

Oct 14, 2011
From unemployed college grads to homemakers, reporter Stacey Vanek Smith talks to the people who are protesting in Zuccotti Park.
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U.S. steel industry shows signs of a turnaround

Oct 12, 2011
Natural gas and automotive industries are giving a boost to U.S. steel.
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Juli Niemann: Corporations doing well, but it's not trickling down

Oct 11, 2011
Juli Niemann, analyst at Smith, Moore and Company, explains why good corporate earnings news might not help the rest of us.
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