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Marketplace Weekend for Friday, April 1, 2016
Apr 1, 2016

Marketplace Weekend for Friday, April 1, 2016

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This weekend, Tech Insider's Julia Calderone explains why the "grass-fed" label beef companies use is under scrutiny, Adriene Hill looks into why YouTube stars are moving to the big screen, and we find out why "man camps" in North Dakota are closing.

 

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Is your grass-fed beef actually grass-fed?

Apr 1, 2016
Well, it's complicated.
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Local Money: The controversy over North Dakota 'man camps'

Apr 1, 2016
One city is banning temporary housing for oil employees .

What do you waste? Is it costing you money?

Maybe it's produce, or data — maybe it's time. We want to know what you're wasting that's costing you money.
Trash bins in Lytham St Annes, England
Andrew Redington/Getty Images

YouTube stars move to the big screen

Apr 1, 2016
Why are production companies betting on YouTube stars to cross over to film?
Roman Atwood is one of the stars of "Natural Born Pranksters."
Craig Barritt / GettyImages

Tattoo flash days show industry's growing popularity

Apr 1, 2016
The popularity of tattoo flash days
A flash sheet by Rachel Hauer, tattoo artist at East River Tattoo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Rachel Hauer/ East River Tattoo

This weekend, Tech Insider’s Julia Calderone explains why the “grass-fed” label beef companies use is under scrutiny, Adriene Hill looks into why YouTube stars are moving to the big screen, and we find out why “man camps” in North Dakota are closing.