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According to a recent AARP study, unemployment among older Hispanic men has tripled in the past couple of years. Commentator Gustavo Arellano's father is one those suffering from such unemployment. Do you have a job for him?
Cash-free transactions may slowly be replacing physical money, but many collectors are still passionate about coins. Cash Peters went to a money show and analyzed characteristics of the common collector.
Thousands of workers at the Opel plant in Germany have walked off the job today in what they're calling the first in a series of warning strikes. Kai Ryssdal talks to Dave Legget of Justauto.com.
The Labor Department says productivity grew at the fasted rate in six years. That means people who still have their jobs are working harder and producing more than they used to. Jeremy Hobson reports.
The Senate Environment Committee has approved a climate change bill, thanks to the Democratic vote. Republicans are boycotting the bill, and three moderate senators are trying to cobble together a compromise. John Dimsdale reports.
Today both the AARP and the American Medical Association got behind the House bill on health care reform. But the bill may be a harder sell for the drug industry. Nancy Marshall Genzer explores what Big Pharma stands to lose on the deal.
Marketplace for Thursday, November 5, 2009