Jennifer Collins | May 8, 2009
The Department of Energy is pulling the plug on hydrogen fuel-cell research. So electricity and ethanol are jockeying for the top car-powering spot. Are more electric cars in our future? Jennifer Collins reports.
| Aug 25, 2009
Analyst Juli Niemann talks with Steve Chiotakis about how Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's reappointment nomination will impact the jittery economy, and reporter Steve Henn gauges how likely it is he will be confirmed.
Sam Eaton | Aug 24, 2009
The oil industry's campaign against climate legislation in Congress is heating up. The American Petroleum Institute lobbying group has put out a study of the climate bill's cost to U.S. refiners and, perhaps, consumers. Sam Eaton reports.
Chris Farrell | Aug 24, 2009
Question: I keep reading that for every year after age 62 you delay SS your payments go up an average of 8%. Is this assuming you keep working?...
Chris Farrell | Aug 14, 2009
Question: A year ago, I made the decision to use my debit card more and credit cards less. I currently have no debt - good feeling! I recently...
| Dec 8, 2008
The Oakwood State Bank in Oakwood, Texas has been operating the same way for over a century, without many staples of modern technology. But many still enjoy settling transactions on a handshake. Kate Archer Kent has the story.
Scott Jagow | Aug 24, 2009
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting piece about how Goldman Sachs gives information to its clients. It says that for about two years now,...
| Aug 24, 2009
A luxury car dealership in Wisconsin is attracting some consumers with money to spend because of its sexy cars, including the Maserati GranTurismo S. Erin Toner reports.
Stephen Beard | Jun 26, 2009
Austria is upset over the negative way it's portrayed in Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie, "Bruno." Some even believe it will prevent future investors from doing business with the country. Stephen Beard reports.