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An airport screeners union?

Mar 5, 2007
An anti-terrorism bill working its way through Congress would, among other things, give airport security screeners the right to union representation — but President Bush has his veto stamp ready.
Posted In: Jobs, Washington

Wall Street's wake-up call

Mar 2, 2007
Comptroller General David Walker felt this week's U.S. market plummet was a call to attention for the country, and that maybe we shouldn't always depend on foreign investors to bail us out. Bob Moon has the story.
Posted In: Wall Street, Washington

Are we recovered yet?

Mar 2, 2007
The U.S. stock market is still reeling from Tuesday. Bob Moon checks in with business analyst David Johnson about how we're doing.
Posted In: Wall Street

Day in the Work Life: A dog's tale

Mar 2, 2007
On this week's "A Day In the Work Life," our regular look at how folks trade time for money, we nose around with a rescue patroller.
Posted In: Jobs

Alternative minimum tax = maximum headache

Mar 2, 2007
The AMT is becoming a dirty word in the tax code. This year, more Americans will face the alternative minimum tax. Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Economy, Taxes

An upgrade for U.S. market technology

Mar 1, 2007
After Tuesday's market snafu, the Securities and Exchange Commission is cracking down on the technology used by the New York Stock Exchange. Bob Moon talks to David Easthope, a senior analyst with technology consulting firm Celent.
Posted In: Wall Street

Insider trading still doesn't pay

Mar 1, 2007
The SEC and the U.S. Attorney's Office today brought separate charges against a group of Wall Street workers they accused of insider trading. The scheme involved high-level employees from UBS and Morgan Stanley among other firms. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Strength in small-business numbers

Mar 1, 2007
While President Bush has been criticized for not doing enough for New Orleans, small-business owners are organizing to get things done. We get the story from French Quarter dress shop owner Marianne Lewis.

He's dead, but still poppin'

Mar 1, 2007
ConAgra foods has resurrected Orville Redenbacher to once again get sales of his famous popcorn rising. Chicago Public Radio's Mike Rhee explains why some have been left with a bad taste in their mouth.

Mideast wars draining big city budgets

Mar 1, 2007
Taxpayers in New York, Los Angeles and other major U.S. cities have been footing the bill for tens of millions of dollars in indirect costs for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And now they want the federal government to pay them back.
Posted In: New York, Washington

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