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Music sharing lawsuit goes to court

Oct 4, 2007
The record industry is finally going to trial after thousands of lawsuits against people who share music online illegally. The results of the trial could affect future lawsuits, as Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Crime, Entertainment, Retail

Toy of the day: iPod Touch

Oct 3, 2007
The latest, hot item from Apple is the iPod Touch -- basically an iPhone with a few things left out. Kevin Pereira from G-4 television talks with Kai Ryssdal about its cool features and high price -- for now.
Posted In: Retail

Website puts Target in lawsuit crosshairs

Oct 3, 2007
A new class-action lawsuit alleges Target is breaking state and federal laws because its website isn't accessible to the blind. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Crime, Retail

Measures to counter fake products

Oct 3, 2007
Counterfeit products continue to be a massive problem in the U.S. A conference is meeting today in Washington to come up with a plan to tackle the issue. Lisa Napoli has more.
Posted In: Crime, Retail

Oil prices expected to climb again

Oct 2, 2007
Oil prices finished just above $80 a barrel today. But some speculate prices could be well higher by the new year. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Retail

Business paper gets with the times

Oct 2, 2007
Saving readers $400 in annual fees, The Financial Times of London will allow visitors access to free content online. Stephen Beard reports this may be a pre-emptive strike against Rupert Murdoch.
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Subprime hits the Armani set

Oct 2, 2007
High-end retailers are holding off some of their orders on the approach of the holiday season, according to one report. Sarah Gardner reports they may be starting to feel the crunch.
Posted In: Economy, Retail

Las Vegas loves Asians

Oct 2, 2007
Las Vegas knows that 4 out of 5 of its high rollers come from Asia. And the casinos are increasingly more prepared to serve the specific needs of their best customers. Lenora Chu has the story.
Posted In: Investing, Retail

Learning how capitalism works

Oct 1, 2007
With South Korea becoming a rich, democratic nation, as many as 10,000 people from North Korea have risked crossing the border. Adapting to a capitalist society may be less dangerous but it's no less difficult. Rico Gagliano reports.
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Radiohead lets buyers name their price

Oct 1, 2007
CD music sales continue to decline. But the popular alternative British group Radiohead is trying something new. They're making a key change in their sales strategy. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Retail

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