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Shipping lines from South Korea's largest port can't keep up with the amount of cargo places like the U.S. and Europe are demanding. But there may be more to the story. Alisa Roth reports.
In a surprising vote, a majority of the country's insurance commissioners decided to let insurers keep private their reporting on how climate change might affect them. Sarah Gardner reports.
Congress just had a bruising fight over health care reform and plenty of other legislation is moving slowly or not at all. Commentator Carl Yankowski says that's making it hard for business.
As the second night of Passover approaches, Ari Daniel Shapiro reports on two meat distributors -- one Jewish, the other Muslim -- who have struck up a unique friendship to provide products to their customers that seek to redefine kosher and halal.
Kai Ryssdal reviews what listeners had to say about stories involving virtual offices, a doctor shortage, the challenges facing Juarez, Mexico, and advertising to single women.
Consumer confidence is up, and the upcoming jobs report is expected to be the most positive in many months. But the housing picture is still mixed, so are we on the recovery expressway? Jeremy Hobson reports.
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