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The "Straight Story" with Chris Farrell: The Politics of Pay

Nov 18, 2005
It's time once again for economics editor Chris Farrell to help you sort out the "Straight Story." This week, Congressman Barney Frank introduced legislation that would force full disclosure of CEO salaries and perks. Chris votes yea.
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Financial and Wedded Bliss

Nov 18, 2005
Arguments over spending and saving money have ended many marriages. Which is why financial companies are now crafting their own version of marriage counseling. Kai talks to financial expert, Ruth Hayden, about mixing marriage and money.
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Forced into Flexibility

Nov 18, 2005
Disasters like hurricane Katrina and 9/11 forced some companies to be more flexible with workers schedules and locations. But once the disaster is over -- does the flexibility remain? From the <em>Marketplace</em> Work and Family Desk, Hillary Wicai reports.
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"Day in the Work Life": Executive Coach

Nov 4, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we set financial goals with an executive coach.
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Resisting Retirement

Nov 4, 2005
Worried about not having enough to retire on? Working just a little bit longer may turn out to be a lot better. Marketplace's John Dimsdale reports.
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"Day in the Work Life": Photographer

Oct 29, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we peek through the lens of a New York City photographer.
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"Day in the Work Life": Graphologist

Oct 21, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" &mdash; our regular look at how folks trade time for money &mdash; we check in with a graphologist.
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Day in the Work Life: Golf Pro

Oct 15, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" &mdash; our regular look at how folks trade time for money &mdash; we tee off with a PGA golf pro.
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Genes in the Workplace

Oct 14, 2005
Genetic testing could lead to better health care. But the fear is that it could also lead to discrimination and inability to get health coverage. This week, IBM announced that it would not use genetic information when making hiring or benefits decisions. What does IBM's move mean for the future of genetic privacy? Marketplace's Bob Moon reports.
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"Day in the Work Life" Auctioneer

Oct 8, 2005
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life" -- our regular look at how folks trade time for money -- we outbid the competition.
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