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What does a man want?!

Sep 15, 2006
More men are staying single longer and their spending habits are changing. So, marketers got together in New York to look at what appeals to this changing customer base. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: New York

Liberty bonds not for all

Sep 8, 2006
Post 9/11 redevelopment watchdog Bettina Damiani talks with host Scott Jagow about who is and isn't benefiting from the federal Liberty Bonds program.
Posted In: New York, Washington

9/11's impact on aviation industry

Sep 8, 2006
Aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia discusses how the the airline industry has changed in the five years since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Posted In: New York

Ground Zero health fund

Sep 6, 2006
New York City has pledged $21 million to help those with lingering health effects from the 9/11 attacks. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: New York

NYC's Stuyvesant Town for sale

Aug 30, 2006
Manhattan's iconic Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village are to be auctioned off in one of the biggest real estate deals in history. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: New York

Conducting business on backup

Aug 3, 2006
The Northeast heat wave is staying put. One of the busiest stretches of New York City has been told to stop using nonessential electricity and Wall Street banks have gone to backup generators. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: New York

Post-9/11 group: It's up to you, New York

Aug 2, 2006
The agency charged with rebuilding Lower Manhattan after 9/11 says it's closing up shop. So what happens to the World Trade Center site and other projects? Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Marketplace's Amy Scott.
Posted In: New York

Giving back to the grid

Aug 1, 2006
With scorching temperatures expected again today on the East Coast, Ashley Milne-Tyte takes a look at what some New York businesses are doing to take some of the strain off the power grid.
Posted In: New York

Tough decision, loss of power

Jul 25, 2006
It's been nine days since the lights went out in Queens, N.Y. Thousands of homes and businesses still lack power because, during the blackout's early stages, officials made a fateful choice. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: New York

NYC to allow union workers to live outside the city

Jul 14, 2006
New York City has worked out a contract with its biggest municipal union. The union members will get a pay raise, but their biggest bonus is that they'll no longer be required to live in the city. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: New York

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