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Implications Of The Facebook Let-Down

Host Scott Simon talks with Joe Nocera, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, about the rocky debut of Facebook as a public company and what it means for the markets and the tech industry at large.
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Poor May Jobs Report A Blow To Obama Campaign

Bad numbers for job growth in May spoiled a day of campaigning for President Obama. He says the ailing Eurozone and gas prices have also hurt the U.S.
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New U.S. Jobs Report Sends Dow Sliding

The government's monthly employment report Friday morning was a big disappointment. The economy added just 69,000 jobs in May and the unemployment rate ticked up a notch to 8.2 percent. The stock market also reacted negatively to the news.
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No Beer Goggles For Baseball Stadium Brew Prices

The only trend in stadium beer is that prices go up, according to one industry watcher. Analysis by online financial website TheStreet.com found that Marlins Park has the most expensive beer of any baseball stadium. But, ounce for ounce, Miami's not even in the top 10 for expensive beer.
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Struggling U.S. Economy Drags Down The World

A slower U.S. economy is hurting demand for Chinese exports at a time when China's own economic growth is cooling down. And European leaders see the U.S. jobless numbers as bad political news.
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The 'Nontraditional' Workplace

More men are entering fields traditionally dominated by women. We explore the implications of a male shift to "pink collar" jobs.

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Starting A Specialty Food Business

Every family has a favorite home recipe they think has commercial potential. Kojo explores what it takes to start a specialty food business and get your product into stores.

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