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Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Television producer Joel Stephens uses bartering to obtain many items including most in his studio in Irving, Texas.
Fair Trade President and CEO Paul Rice
Andreea Stucker lost her boyfriend, then her condo, which she sold in a short sale, but now lives with a new husband and her dog Gus in a new home in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Joe Pyatt shops with his son, Caleb, 5, in Kirkwood, Missouri, on December 26, 2012. As more men take up the task of grocery shopping for the family, stores are targeting these shoppers with "man aisles." (Christian Gooden/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)
A look at Target's collaboration with Neiman Marcus for niche products sold in a designated area of their retail stores. The items sold slowly and are now marked down 50%. This shopper browses at the Target store at Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis, Minna.
Joe Pyatt shops with his son, Caleb, 5, in Kirkwood, Mo., shop Christmas week. As more men take up the task of grocery shopping for the family, stores are targeting these shoppers with 'man aisles.'
Dirk Rossberg, head of BMW's Group Technology Office shows off an electric Mini E at the company's research lab in Mountain View, Calif.
Greg Gent and his wife attempted to build their residence using only U.S. products and legal workers. They found it was much more difficult than they had imagined.
Ryan Hunt looks at products at GameStop Kids in White Marsh, Md. Video game vendor GameStop is experimenting with temporary stores for the holiday season that feature kid-friendly video games.
After paying 20 percent as a down payment, layaways are free at many retailers, including Toys R Us in Sunset Hills, Mo.
With rainbow lighting on the ceiling, Air Nippon Airlines flight attendant Ayako Naito greets passengers boarding an ANA Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner headed for Fukuoka, Japan at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan, on Sept. 11.
Home Depot supervisor Dave Hauer answeris questions from a customer in the Burbank, Calif., store on July 11, 2012.
Jackie Heinricher is president and CEO of Booshoot in Mount Vernon, Wash. She stands in one of the greenhouses where bamboo plants are started.
Rubbermaid's new Clean and Dry Plunger is displayed at the Home Depot off Peachtree Dunwoody Road in Atlanta June 13. Newell Rubbermaid is refreshing the Rubbermaid brand, focusing on the busy mom as its main customer, and adding cleaning (and bathroom) to its kitchen-container focus.
A home under construction in Milwaukee will resemble the Victorian train station at Disneyland. Miracle Homes owner Tom Hignite always wanted to build a home inspired by another famous home or building.
Paul Axelrod, right, a volunteer at Ashby Village, a seniors neighborhood and facility, fixes a light at the home of Joan Strand last month in Berkeley, Calif.
Workers guide a storage container into place during construction of a home in New Haven, Conn., in September. The house is the first project of Marengo Structures.
Eric Rehmeier harvests soy beans near Marthasville in St. Charles County, Missouri.
Al Kline, president of The Appraisal Group in Maple Grove, Minn., center, discusses a new appraisal design with senior vice president Paul Grace and office manager Lauren Bertilson on Oct. 7.
Brothers Ed, left, and Bob Baltz recently bought this farm in Shorewood, Ill., for about $14.500 an acre. The previous owner bought the land in 2005 for about $65,000 an acre for a development that didn’t happen.
A movement monitor, placed in the bed, can detect problems such as seizures.
Lauren Hill, left, and her boyfriend, John Fogarty, make their way to the checkout counter at the Home Depot in Chicago, Ill. ‘Why pay someone when you can do it yourself,’ Hill says.
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