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Microsoft and Yahoo have announced a new deal that will comprise roughly 30% of global search traffic. Both companies hope to grab a bigger piece of online advertising. Bob Moon reports.
The push for electric cars has given battery technology companies star status among investors. But some people think the real opportunity lies in building much bigger batteries. Sam Eaton reports.
Violence in the West Bank is at its lowest level in years and Israel has started to ease restrictions for Palestinians at some checkpoints. The new calm has encouraged a new kind of leisure activity. Daniel Estrin reports.
Joel Stager, director of the Counsilman Center for the Science of Swimming, talks with Kai Ryssdal about how the ban of performance-enhancing swimsuits might change the business of swimming.
Marketplace for Wednesday, June 29, 2009