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California and 14 other states want tighter limits on greenhouse gas emissions from cars. But the EPA says it will deny the bid for stricter regulations. John Dimsdale reports it could have to do pressure from the auto industry.
Keeping with the trend of pre-portioned "100-calorie" snack packs, the Girl Scouts have developed a new low-fat cookie called the Cinna-Spin. Andrea Gardner reports the girls should cash in on the trend.
Heating oil prices normally fall around the onset of spring, but this year they're expected to keep rising through a colder than normal season. Jeff Tyler reports on what some are doing to save money.
Sick of seeing cat furniture that cost too much for little in the way of design, Elizabeth Paige Smith set out to make her own line of seductive, striking feline wares. Andrew Phelps has more.
Asian markets flirting with oil prices of $103 a barrel at a time when countries are under pressure to hold the line on prices. Bob Moon gets insight into inflationary pressure with Raphael Minder of the Financial Times.
Though London has been considered the financial center of the world since the dot-com crash, a new report shows New York City is gaining ground in usurping that title. Stephen Beard reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, February 29, 2008