Nov 24, 2006

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Job Files: Cranberry farmer

Nov 24, 2006
Today we go to New England where cranberry farmers flood bogs to harvest the berries.

Dude, you're getting a deal!

Nov 24, 2006
Computer vendors are slashing prices and offering other incentives to attract consumers. Stacey Vanek-Smith looks at why computer retailers are worried about slow holiday sales.

Bad move SWIFT

Nov 24, 2006
The European Union's data protection panel says SWIFT broke privacy laws by handing over bank transfer records to the U.S. government. Stephen Beard reports.

Salute to the <i>Old</i>est carmarker

Nov 24, 2006
Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us back to the days of the first gas-powered "horseless motor carriage."

Runoff election in Ecuador

Nov 24, 2006
The presidential race in Ecuador has come down to a radical leftist and a banana billionaire. As Ecuadorians prepare to head to the polls Sunday, Dan Grech has this preview.

Mixed bag for high-end bling

Nov 24, 2006
Revenue for luxury retailers this holiday season could depend on which segment of wealthy Americans they're targeting. Ashley Milne-Tyte explains.

Sweet sounds of comercio

Nov 24, 2006
Jordana Gustafson introduces us to the unique sounds of commerce in the city of Puebla, Mexico.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC