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American Airlines says it will no longer list fares on Orbitz. And it's not the only airline doing this. Geroge Hobica of Airfare Watchdog talks with Tess Vigeland about how this may impact travelers who want to book their own flights.
According to researchers, Americans spend close to $40 billion a year dealing with the common cold, from over the counter medicine to doctor visits. University of Michigan's Mark Fendrick examined that price tag and talks with Tess Vigeland about the true cost of getting sick
The government-backed entities will be imposing a fee that gets passed down to homeowners based on the size of the down payment and the borrower's credit score.
Many have questions about how to prepare for retirement, but what do you do when you actually get there? Some are discovering that traveling and golf just aren't enough for the retired life.
Marketplace Money for Friday, January 21, 2011