Features By Joel Rose

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Some turn to 'Mechanical' job search

The Web site "Mechanical Turk" is billed as a marketplace where employers and workers can find each other. It's a good deal for employers, but is it a decent way to make a living? Joel Rose reports.
Posted In: Jobs
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Film tax cuts get re-take in some states

Many states use tax cuts to lure film and TV productions. But with state budgets suffering, some are questioning that strategy. Joel Rose reports on a tax incentive in Pennsylvania that is facing some scrutiny.
Posted In: Entertainment
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Film tax cuts get re-take in some states

Many states use tax cuts to lure film and TV productions. But with state budgets suffering, some are questioning that strategy. Joel Rose reports on a tax incentive in Pennsylvania that is facing some scrutiny.
Posted In: Taxes
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Losses on Kinko's puts FedEx in red ink

FedEx is reporting more than $800 million in losses for the most recent quarter due to slow manufacturing and gas prices. But the acquisition of Kinko's may also have something to do with it. Joel Rose reports.
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Should we worry about inflation now?

Economists agree we're still in a recession, but with the federal government borrowing and spending billions of dollars, some say it's not too early to worry about inflation. Joel Rose reports why some experts are concerned.
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Clothes lines: Energy savers or eyesores?

Outdoor clothes drying racks save energy and money, but try convincing homeowners' associations in the U.S. that they're not just an eyesore. One Australian company is accepting the challenge. Joel Rose reports.

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