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Latest Stories

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Alternative fuel not so new

by Kai Ryssdal May 1, 2006
With gas prices so high, host Kai Ryssdal talks to our Pulitzer Prize-winning auto critic Dan Neil about green technologies. Where has the auto industry been? And where is it going?

Will the boycotts matter?

by Tess Vigeland May 1, 2006
Economic boycotts and street protests have been the order of the day in many cities — but will it matter? We check with our reporters in the field at protests around the country.
A street in downtown Los Angeles lined with wholesale fashion retailers with steel gates rolled down, closed for the May 1 protests and boycott.
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Bolivia takes back its gas

by Scott Tong May 1, 2006
Bolivia may be following Venezuela's lead on nationalization efforts — and in rebuffing American trade efforts. Scott Tong reports.

Remembering John Kenneth Galbraith

by Marketplace Staff May 1, 2006
Renowned economist John Kenneth Galbraith died over the weekend at the age of 97. Galbraith was one of the architects of Roosevelt's New Deal, and something of a celebrity in his time. Matthew Algeo tells us more about Galbraith's life.

Businesses adapt to rally plans

by Tess Vigeland May 1, 2006
Many businesses have taken steps to lessen disruption from today's pro-immigration rallies. Tess Vigeland tells us how.
Tyson Foods is among several companies that have closed down some plants on Monday, May 1 on the assumption that large parts of the workforce won't show up due to the mass immigration rallies and boycott.
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Congressional preview

by John Dimsdale May 1, 2006
Weary senators take another stab this week at efforts to extend tax cuts and pass an emergency spending bill laden with earmarks. John Dimsdale reports.

Frequent flier anniversary

by Marketplace Staff May 1, 2006
It was 25 years ago today that frequent flier programs made their debut. Rachel Dornhelm looks at whether they're still a relevant tool in building airline loyalty.

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Maybe businesses should take a pledge?

by Marketplace Staff Apr 28, 2006
Is the answer to immigration reform to send illegal aliens back? Should we offer undocumented workers amnesty and a chance to become citizens? Commentator Ben Barber says we're looking at this the wrong way.

GDP's way up, so is everything hunky-dory?

by Bob Moon Apr 28, 2006
The government says the US gross domestic product for the first quarter grew by almost 5%, doubling the growth from last year at this time. But Bob Moon reports that everyone's got a different read on what the numbers mean.

Immigrants' anxieties rise

by Dan Grech Apr 28, 2006
As immigrant-rights groups called for street protests next Monday and an economic boycott, federal agents arrested hundreds of illegal immigrants in Florida this week. Dan Grech reports that the events have immigrant workers on edge.