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Every year, Americans buy over $750 million worth of organic personal care products. But the labeling protocol isn't as strict as it is for other grocery items. So Whole Foods is changing the rules.
About 150 million Americans live in the suburbs -- enough of the population to warrant a full-on cultural study. Tess Vigeland talks to Mindi Love, director of a new Kansas City museum dedicated to a scholarly look at suburban life.
China renewed Google's license to operate in the country after the search giant made a compromise with the government. The deal could serve as a blueprint for others doing business there.
Part of the city of Cleveland's plea to now ex-Cavaliers superstar LeBron James was that the local economy would tank if he left. But some analysts say there's life after LeBron. Eve Troeh reports.
PT Cruisers were a big deal when they hit the scene a decade ago. One million vehicles later, the last of the once trend-leaders are rolling off the line. Alisa Roth explores what ended the Cruiser's journey and peeks into one particularly tricked-out model.
Marketplace for Friday, July 9, 2010