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Just a month after it filed for bankruptcy, Chrysler is wrapping up the proceedings -- much sooner than most observers anticipated. But now comes the hard part. Amy Scott reports.
Since Massachusetts reformed its health care system in 2006, it's achieved almost universal insurance coverage. But a new study says the overhaul is being undermined by rising costs and other issues. Janet Babin reports.
Claude Brodesser Akner, L.A. bureau chief for Advertising Age, talks with Kai Ryssdal about how heavy metal band Anvil managed to rock its way to the top through a documentary and support from a cable channel, celebrities and Twitter.
If the Cleveland Cavaliers are bounced out of the NBA playoffs, Nike and Glaceau VitaminWater are out of luck. The brands have been hyping a Kobe Bryant-LeBron James match-up. Joel Rose reports on why advertisers love a good rivalry.
The CIA is recruiting investment bankers and other Wall Street types. If they can pass a few hurdles, the financial whizzes will work on tracking economic threats to national security. Steve Henn reports.
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