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Amazon Faces Tough Sell As Online Grocer

With Amazon reportedly moving into the online grocery delivery arena, Audie Cornish speaks with industry analyst Bill Bishop of the consulting group Brick Meets Click, about what the online giant stands to gain or lose with its latest foray.
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Job Market Remains Challenging For 2013 Graduates

For the past five years, graduation day has been a time of apprehension as much as celebration. Prospects for those entering the workforce for the first time were bleak. The class of 2013 — whether from high school or college — has cause for more optimism than previous classes.
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Report: IRS Fails To Track Many Conference Expenses

The IRS spent more than $4 million on a single conference, according to a report from the agency's inspector general. The tax agency spent nearly $50 million on conferences in fiscal 2010 to 2012. The report is another blow to the IRS, which was already under fire for giving extra scrutiny to Tea Party and other conservative groups.
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U.S. Trade Commission Rules Apple Violated Samsung Patents

The U.S. International Trade Commission's ruling affects some older models of the iPhone and iPad. President Obama has 60 days to overturn the order; Apple said it will appeal.
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Halo To Leap From Computer Screens To Mobile Phones

Blockbuster console game franchise Halo is going to have a new installment for mobile phones. Microsoft made the announcement Tuesday. It's a confirmation of the way the gaming industry is going, away from relying on $60 console games and closer to mobile and micropayments.
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Hollywood Wants A Piece Of The Action In China's Movie Market

Box office receipts in China reached new highs last year, and American filmmakers want to tap into that market. Host Michel Martin speaks with Los Angeles Times reporter John Horn, about the growth of the Chinese movie market, and how Hollywood plans to cash in.

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