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The Makers: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on Empowering Women

She paved a way for herself in male-dominated Silicon Valley, and now she's encouraging other women to join her. In the new PBS documentary Makers: Women Who Make America," Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks about women, work and the will to lead.

10 Surprising Brands That We're Starting to Love Again

Popularity can be fickle: One day America loves your brand; the next, you're passe. But every year brings some surprising rebounds, and you won't believe some of the companies that made 2012's list for most improved images in the eyes of U.S. consumers.

The Antiques Roadshow's Most Valuable Finds

While few people strike it rich on PBS's Antiques Roadshow, there are some who turn out to have a true treasure on their hands. Here are five of the biggest valuations from the U.S. show and where the items are now.

No Wonder So Many Americans Hate Credit Card Companies

Americans are generally a cheerful, friendly lot, but one thing that most us of now share is a loathing of credit card companies. DailyFinance contributor Alex Salkever's most recent absurd tale of plastic woe has convinced him that's unlikely to change anytime soon.

Media World: How PBS beats cable news

Maybe the public wants serious journalism after all. "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" and its predecessor programs have been part of the PBS line-up...

Media World: PBS, NPR face tough times

During a recent pledge drive, Terry Gross, host of NPR's Fresh Air, urged listeners who couldn't afford to donate to Philadelphia's NPR affiliate to...