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Entrepreneur wires electronics in China

| Mar 24, 2009
In a recession, it's hard for businesses to know how much stuff to keep on their shelves. So many big consumer electronics companies are turning to a global supply master to manage their inventory, in China. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship
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Recession Rock

Scott Jagow | Mar 24, 2009
It's time to rock out, people. There's nothing like a good song to make the economic blues disappear, at least for a few minutes. And this...
Posted In: recession art
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New powers for Tim and Ben?

Scott Jagow | Mar 24, 2009
At the congressional hearing on AIG today, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke both called for their institutions to have...
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A bad credit card experience

Chris Farrell | Mar 13, 2009
Question: I just had an extremely frustrating conversation with my credit card company (Bank of America). I wanted to get your thoughts. Larke,...
Posted In: banking, Credit Cards
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The financial WMD's

Scott Jagow | Mar 24, 2009
Last week, I asked What's on your mind?, in hopes of finding out what's perplexing you, what questions aren't being answered, what issues aren't...
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The new face of poverty

Chris Farrell | Mar 24, 2009
In reporting on poverty in Memphis, Chicago and Muncie it struck me that there may be a change in the nature of poverty. It's striking how well...
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The Geithner plan

Chris Farrell | Mar 23, 2009
On the face of it, the Geithner plan is a disappointment. Economist Paul Krugman is right: It's really just another version of the proposal put...
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Drilling up old oil safety issues

Caitlan Carroll | Mar 24, 2009
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker accident, and the oil industry has ramped up safety measures since then. But a proposal to drill in the Arctic has some experts worried. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Posted In: Oil
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Rethinking retirement

Tess Vigeland | Mar 20, 2009
Investors are adjusting the way they manage their money, but those hoping to retire soon don't have time to build back wealth. Tess Vigeland talks to financial planner Stuart Ritter about what soon-to-be retirees can do to weather the storm.
Posted In: Retirement
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Crumpled clothes foretell financial woes

| Mar 24, 2009
Financial types aren't the only ones taking a measure of the bad economy. Dry cleaners have predictive tools of their own. Beth Teitell reports on the Crumple Index.

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