PODCAST: Oprah cashes in on Lance's confession, 7-11 tries to retake Manhattan

A man watching an interview between disgraced cycling star Lance Armstrong and Oprah Winfrey on January 17, 2013 in Kensington, Maryland.

Oprah Winfrey hopes the great shame of Lance Armstrong's doping will bring new fame to her cable network OWN.

American mayors are meeting in Washington. A group of them has become one of the loudest voices in favor of new gun laws

Think 7-11 and you probably think of the suburbs. There aren't many in Manhattan, but 7-11 wants to expand in New York

Yelp tells you what regular folks really think about restaurants, but now it's adding the dirty truth. It's rolling out a feature where cities can add health scores to the site. It starts in San Francisco before rolling out to New York and elsewhere.

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Mark Garrison is a reporter and substitute host for Marketplace, based in New York.


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