Marketplace AM for January 1, 2007
Jan 1, 2007

Marketplace AM for January 1, 2007

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Green car at your service

Jan 1, 2007
A new car service in New York City will cost more than a cab, but you can ride with a cleaner environmental conscience — not to mention an iBook and Wi-Fi. Lisa Napoli has details.

Wall Street Journal getting skinnier

Jan 1, 2007
The daily diary of business is taking three inches of width off its newspaper to save $18 million in newsprint costs. But as Alisa Roth reports, that's not all.

What are you doing after the bell?

Jan 1, 2007
Wall Street has a dating site all its own, whether you're a trader or just looking for one. Amy Scott checked it out.

Looking for a green Big Apple

Jan 1, 2007
A new "green buildings" law goes into effect today in New York City. Supporters hope it will inspire green construction all over the country. Sarah Gardner reports.

Trade policy to be a hot issue

Jan 1, 2007
The incoming Democratic majority in Congress is promising tougher trade policies this year, which Republicans warn will block the free flow of trade and harm the economy. John Dimsdale reports on the competing philosophies.

Justice Roberts wants pay raises

Jan 1, 2007
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court says salaries for federal judges are so low that the country risks a constitutional crisis.

Job Files: Burlesque dancer

Jan 1, 2007
We interview Angie Pantani, chairman of the board of The Pantani Sisters.

When pay-per-view TV got its start

Jan 1, 2007
This week back in 1951, television first dipped its toe into the world of pay-per-view programs. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on the beginning of a television revolution.
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Gazprom, Belarus close deal at last minute

Jan 1, 2007
The long-running back and forth between Russia's gas giant Gazprom, and Belarus has ended. The two parties signed an agreement just hours before their deadline.From Budapest, Stefan Bos reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Senior Producer, BBC

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