Sam Eaton | Jul 29, 2009
Negotiators for a new international climate treaty have fielded several proposals that would allow poor nations to break patents on green technologies. The move could help countries stay innovative in the field. Sam Eaton reports.
| Jul 21, 2009
Will the cap-and-trade system reverse climate change or create corporate welfare? Commentator Glenn Hubbard thinks the House made a fatal error in its proposed climate change bill and should go back to the drawing board.
Stephen Beard | Jul 29, 2009
Abu Dhabi is buying 32 percent of Virgin Galactic, earning it the exclusive right to host Galactic flights into space from the Gulf region. But is space tourism really going to happen? Stephen Beard reports.
Chris Farrell | Jul 16, 2009
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Bob Moon | Jul 29, 2009
Microsoft and Yahoo have announced a new deal that will comprise roughly 30% of global search traffic. Both companies hope to grab a bigger piece of online advertising. Bob Moon reports.
Bill Radke | Jul 28, 2009
The Obama administration's loan modification program is meant to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. Bill Radke talks to real estate professor Chris Mayer, who says the expectations for the program aren't realistic.
Mitchell Hartman | Jul 28, 2009
The Obama administration's loan modification program to keep people in their homes hasn't had the results many were hoping for. Mortgage servicers will be at the White House today to explain why. Mitchell Hartman reports.
| Jul 29, 2009
Kentucky and Michigan went head-to-head for stimulus money recently offered by the Department of Energy. But while states are used to waging job wars, some say it's different where recovery money is concerned. Jennifer Guerra reports.
Amy Scott | Jul 28, 2009
Congress' investigation into how Goldman Sachs earned such high profits shortly after its government bailout is causing more public relations woes for the investment bank. But does the bad press matter to such a powerful firm? Amy Scott reports.
| Jul 28, 2009
Michael Vick has been conditionally reinstated into the NFL, meaning he may play this season, if a team signs him. Sports Illustrated's L. Jon Wertheim says any team that picks Vick will have to tread lightly and follow a few precision P.R. plays.