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Trulia.com, one of the top search Web sites for home buyers, is moving into the rental business. It joins a growing crowd of online sites that are jumping into the rental market. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Many Americans are paying a lot on property taxes, so a flood of homeowners are appealing to get their home values reassessed in hopes of saving some money. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
It's been two years since France banned smoking in public places. Despite that and steep taxes on cigarettes, the French are puffing even more. John Laurenson reports.
If you're flying Ryainair, you might want to brace yourself for a new fee. The budget carrier is considering a plan to charge for use of its lavatories on short flights. Brett Neely reports.
Sherif Mityas, a retail analyst for global management firm A.T. Kearney, talks with Bob Moon about how retailers can position themselves to jump in when consumer spending starts to turn around, and what happens if they jump the gun.
Marketplace for Wednesday, April 7, 2010