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The Online Publishers Association, which represents Web sites like ESPN and the New York Times, will create bigger ads as it tries to grab consumers and lure in more advertising dollars. But will the ads just irk consumers? Brendan Newnam reports.
The Environmental Protection Agency is pushing a proposal requiring companies to report their greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainability reporter Sarah Gardner explains how the proposal could affect facilities nationwide with Kai Ryssdal.
New technology and increased funding is allowing doctors to monitor their patients' health virtually through computer chips. But as technology revolutionizes the health care field, there are some kinks to be worked out. Caitlan Carroll reports.
A lot of people look at different indices as leading indicators for our economy. But commentator Susan Lee says to get the best long-view global picture, take a look at the index that tracks the price of shipping dry bulk -- the Baltic Dry.
Marketplace for Tuesday, March 10, 2009