| May 28, 2009
If the Cleveland Cavaliers are bounced out of the NBA playoffs, Nike and Glaceau VitaminWater are out of luck. The brands have been hyping a Kobe Bryant-LeBron James match-up. Joel Rose reports on why advertisers love a good rivalry.
Jeremy Hobson | May 19, 2009
Congress has passed a measure requiring credit card companies to go easy on struggling borrowers. But that could be bad news for people with sterling credit. Jeremy Hobson reports.
| May 26, 2009
Home prices continue to drop. Analysts say without major economic recovery the market will continue plummeting. Tamara Keith reports on whether the bottom is even in sight.
Dan Grech | Mar 4, 2009
The House is weighing a bill that would give bankruptcy judges the ability to modify mortgages. They could force lenders to cut the principal on a loan, lower the interest rate, or even extend the life of the loan. Dan Grech reports.
Steve Chiotakis and Chris Farrell | May 28, 2009
We have many economic barometers to help us figure out what's going on with the economy, but data points in different directions. Steve Chiotakis puts it all into perspective with economics correspondent Chris Farrell.
Chris Farrell | May 26, 2009
Question: My girlfriend and I want to buy a house soon. My credit is great, I have no debts, but I have been unemployed living on my savings since...
Stephen Beard and Bill Radke | May 28, 2009
Before the talks began, GM revealed it needed an extra $400 million in cash to keep Opel going, which outraged German officials. Bill Radke asks European correspondent Stephen Beard why and what this boils down to for the companies involved.
Jeremy Hobson | May 26, 2009
Hyundai is hoping it can bring up its image as a maker of luxury cars with the U.S. roll-out of Equus, which runs for $70,000. But experts say lifting the company's existing brand won't be easy. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Scott Jagow | May 27, 2009
One of the more controversial political grenades has always been a national sales tax. But in these extreme economic times, nothing is off the...
| May 27, 2009
Pop-up stores open up quickly and only for a few months. Target uses them regularly, and now high-end retailers like Hermes are getting in on the game. Sally Herships reports on this new trend.