The inner-workings of the Clock Shop of Vienna, whose consistency has proven profitable since 1973.
The weak economy has led to a surge in business for a cobbler in Massachusetts.
CNN's Allan Chernoff reports on a businesswoman struggling to repay her heaping credit card debt.
A Chicago family struggles with unemployment and cutting costs while remaining upbeat.
Many Americans are racing to find a job before their unemployment benefits expire.
George Mannes asks if the struggling economy is putting a strain on marriages.
The Missouri State Fair showcases family fun at a cheap price.
Despite some improving economic indicators, many Americans believe hard times are far from over.
Risking foreclosure, a homeowner makes ends meet by selling mortgage apple cakes.
Learn the signs to avoid schemes that prey on people looking to find work.
Madison's Montpelier and Jefferson's Monticello see donations drop but hope attendance will keep them afloat.
A Colorado cattle operator stays hopeful despite falling dairy prices and a local bank closure.
Alternative energy is necessary, says manufacturer, but it won't replace all the automaker jobs.
Artist Peter Max explains how creativity can be a great tool during economic difficulties.
Zoos across the country are adapting new strategies in the recession to keep visitors coming.
An unsuccessful job hunt led Mike Petrelli to break from the pack and volunteer with baboons.
Towns like Kokomo, Ind., face massive unemployment if the automakers fail.
A plan to build a cheese factory in upstate New York could help small towns with big unemployment.