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The Korean-American Story Of Yes! Organic Market

Gary Cha and his family came to the U.S. from South Korea in the 1970s. They opened Yes! Organic Markets in food deserts and other unlikely neighborhoods around Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Cha speaks with host Michel Martin about his heritage, his business and racial tension between some Asian store-owners and African-American residents.
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Ex-Barclays CEO To Appear Before British Panel

The former chief executive of the British bank Barclays is appearing before a parliamentary committee in Britain Wednesday. Bob Diamond, who resigned Tuesday, is supposed to answer questions about the rate-setting scandal at the company. Barclays released documents Tuesday suggesting that a Bank of England official may have pressured the bank to lower its rates.
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Office Stress Dogging You? Try Punching In With Fido

A number of studies have touted the health benefits of canine companions. But a new study says dogs can make for a happier, more productive workplace, too.
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Episode 384: The Little Lie That Rocked The Banks

The most important interest rate in the world has been set by what amounts to an honor system among banks. Now it turns out at least one bank was fudging the numbers.
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Glaxo Settlement Pulls Back Curtain On Drug Marketing

The government released a slew of documents in the Glaxo settlement that serve as a one-stop guide to sales practices that allegedly ran rampant for years.
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Storm Stimulus Unlikely As Communities Recover

Major storms can spur significant economic activity as homeowners and businesses rebuild. But this week's storms are unlikely to provide much benefit.

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