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Snow in China

by Alisa Roth Oct 10, 2005
US Treasure Secretary John Snow is in Asia this week. Among the top items on his agenda: currency and trade issues. Alisa Roth reports.

Gold mines on indigenous lands

by Rachel Dornhelm Oct 10, 2005
As the price of gold increases, so do pressures to mine more of it. These days, though, many gold deposits are on lands occupied by indigenous Americans. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Pthalates — oh heck, just say Plastics

by Helen Palmer Oct 10, 2005
Government researchers launch a hearing today to look at just how dangerous pthalates, found in many plastics, may be. As Helen Palmer reports, the chemical industry has a lot at stake.

The Sloan Sessions: nervous Wall Street

by Marketplace Staff Oct 10, 2005
<em>Newsweek</em> Wall Street Editor Allan Sloan tells host Scott Jagow that the market is skittish about the threat of inflation, whether that fear is founded or not.

Golden State (Working) Warriors

by Sarah Gardner Sep 28, 2005
A study out today says a California family of four must bring in $71,000 a year just to make ends meet. From the Work and Family Desk, Sarah Gardner reports on what these figures signal for the rest of the…

Blackfeet, Sioux and iron

by Marketplace Staff Sep 21, 2005
Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker looks at a group of Native American ironworkers that hopes to ride the construction wave while building on their heritage.

When SCOTUS and AT&T tangle

by Marketplace Staff Sep 14, 2005
Chief Justice nominee John Roberts says he won't decide cases based on his personal views. But what about cases in which he might have a financial stake? Typically the justices recuse themselves &#8212; Ian Ayres says they shouldn't have…

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The Paper Trail

by Marketplace Staff Sep 9, 2005
Marketplace's Hillary Wicai reports on the must-have documents you need to store in case of a natural disaster.

The fragile balance of global trade

by Marketplace Staff Aug 31, 2005
Whether it's a hurricane or 9-11, a major disaster can make us re-examine our infrastructure. Like fancy systems we've devised for just-in-time inventories and job outsourcing. Writer and commentator Barry Lynn takes a look.

A moderate Muslim voice

by Marketplace Staff Aug 22, 2005
Last night in London, hundreds of young people &mdash; mainly Middle Easterners &mdash; gathered to hear a speaker named Amr Khaled. Writer and commentator Shereen El Feki hears hope in his message.