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Remedy For Foreclosures Has Economists Divided
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Advocates Charge Foreclosure Process Is Still Broken
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Whither Small Businesses? The Debate Over Tax Cuts
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Low In Supply, Used Cars Costing Drivers More
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Mixed Reaction To Obama's Business Tax-Break Plan
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The SawStop saw can sense a slight electrical current that human fingers (and hot dogs) create. When it senses the current, the saw triggers a safety brake, which stops the blade in less than 5/1,000th of a second. Courtesy of SawStop hide caption

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Sharp Edge: One Man's Quest To Improve Saw Safety
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High School Homebuilders Get More Than Education
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Mortgage Rates Retreat
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U.S. Farmers Suffer From Ban On Mexican Trucks
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Greece's Bailout Reminiscent Of Lehman's Collapse
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Good News, Latest Jobs Report Is Slightly Worse
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As Tourism Picks Up, Boston's Economy Improves
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At Expressway Toyota in Boston, co-owner Robert Boch says sales are rebounding thanks to loyal customers and big incentives such as zero percent financing. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Toyota Dealer Hopes Woes Are In Rearview Mirror
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Foreclosure Woes Loom As Housing Stimulus Ends
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Contractors clean up lead paint at a contaminated building in Providence, R.I. Chitose Suzuki/AP hide caption

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Home Contractors Brace For Lead Paint Rules
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