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It's hard to feel bad about shopping when you get a warm, fuzzy feeling inside. And that's what Macy's is counting on with ads focusing on 150 years of nostalgia-friendly store heritage. Andrea Gardner reports.
Mumbai is quiet after attacks by Islamic militants rocked the streets. Scott Jagow talks to reporter Ray Thibodeax, who is there surveying the situation and says the city is resilient in the face of catastrophe.
Giving up meat can be great for your health, but can also get expensive. Cash Peters had reservations but decided to try it anyway, and found it may get pricey, but it works. He offers tips for transitioning.
Woolworths has over 800 stores around the U.K., and all face closure as the company went bankrupt last night. Stephen Beard reports this is troubling news as the company does its best around the holiday season.
Thousands of new consumer products hit American store shelves every year. About 90% fail. A Michigan consulting company collects many of these products, and companies pay big bucks to take a look. Dustin Dwyer reports.
The terrorist attacks on Mumbai came at a hard time for the Indian stock market. Scott Jagow talks to Roopak Saluja, a film producer in Bombay, about the effects attacks will have on different Indian industries.
A German entrepreneur has created a holiday job for himself: He's selling a chocolate Jesus. But not everyone likes to mix their candy with their spirituality. Kyle James reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, November 27, 2008