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As the economy continues on the road to recovery, the rate on the 10-year T-note has gone from about 3.5% in February to almost 4% now. That means it's getting more expensive for the U.S. to borrow money. Jeremy Hobson reports.
A Chinese court has sentenced four Rio Tinto employees up to 14 years in prison for accepting bribes and stealing commercial secrets. Amy Scott reports on what the ruling means for multinationals doing business in China.
The latest issue of Inc. Magazine was created from its employees' homes. The magazine's editor, Jane Berentson, talks with Kai Ryssdal about where the idea came from and whether it could work as a long-term strategy.
Baseball cards used to be seen as promising investments, but not these days. Author Dave Jamieson talks with Kai Ryssdal about his new book, "Mint Condition," and the near death of baseball cards.
One way to get high schools students ready for college and work is to make "working" part of the curriculum. A network of two dozen Catholic high schools has been doing that for more than a decade. Laurie Stern reports.
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