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We follow the story of America's housing meltdown through one house -- Lot 354, a Spanish bungalow in Los Angeles. From former and current owners to real estate agents and neighbors, the characters and industries affected by Lot 354 tell the story of the rise and fall of America's housing market.
The Producer Price Index information released today showed that wholesale prices for food and energy rose. But everything else stayed almost the same, which means inflation isn't kicking in yet. Is there a way to control inflation? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
While it seems online shopping is the way of the future, Gap is doing just the opposite. Its Athleta brand specializes in women's active wear, and now has its own brick-and-mortar store. Janet Babin reports on how this move might help the brand.
Marketplace for January 13, 2011