Sep 6, 2010

Marketplace for Monday, September 6, 2010

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Marketplace for Monday, September 6, 2010

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Food bloggers: Helpful or disruptive?

Sep 6, 2010
Say cheese! With food blogs and review sites growing in popularity, more diners are reaching for their cameras at the table. Is it generating buzz for restaurants or slowing down service and tying up tables? Sally Herships finds out.

New non-alcoholic downers to get you off the caffeine buzz

Sep 6, 2010
Marketplace's Caitlan Caroll and a few members of the staff tried to take the edge off with "downer drinks," non-alcoholic beverages that help you relax and unwind.

Has the recession changed job fairs?

Sep 6, 2010
On this Labor Day, there are just under 15 million people who are out of work in the U.S. So many are heading to a job fair. But has the form and function of job fairs changed during the Great…

Obama announces new stimulus plan

Sep 6, 2010
President Barack Obama introduced another stimulus package today, but with the effects of the last package unclear at best, will this new stimulus work?

A Xerox beyond copy machines?

Sep 6, 2010
It's hard to think of Xerox beyond making copies, but the Xerox is trying to get recognized for its services beyond copying, like document management. Marketplace's Adriene Hill reports.

The cost of the U.K. Tube strike

Sep 6, 2010
Tess Vigeland talks to Marketplace's European bureau chief Stephen Beard about the strike by Underground workers in Britain.

Scam artists flourish in the recession

Sep 6, 2010
Tess Vigeland examines the latest financial scams with consumer finance columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Sheryl Harris.