Caitlan Carroll | Oct 31, 2008
If you're looking to entertain the life out of your guests, why not buy a couch made from a coffin? Caitlan Carroll has this story on a new furniture business in Southern California.
Alisa Roth | Oct 24, 2008
In a world of questionable mortgage lenders and credit gone wrong, who can you trust to help you out of a foreclosure? Alisa Roth tells us stories of scammers that troubled homeowners should be careful to avoid.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Oct 31, 2008
About 20% of American mortgage borrowers are upside-down, meaning they owe more than their homes are now valued. Nancy Marshall Genzer looks at which states are most affected.
Gretchen Wilson | Aug 28, 2008
Inside South Africa's nature reserves, herds of elephants are growing. So the government's come up with a new plan -- with an eye toward the bottom line. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Richard Core | Oct 28, 2008
Consumer confidence hits an all-time low and today's Dow reacts by ... hitting the second-highest point gain ever. Analysts contacted by the...
Megan Williams | Oct 30, 2008
Virgin is considering possible three-way deal between itself, BMI and Luftansa. Virgin could get local flights in the U.K. and also form an alliance with Luftansa for international flights. Megan Williams reports.
Steve Henn | Oct 30, 2008
DC's Metro transit system could default on a complicated deal and wind up owing foreign bankers $43 million. AIG guaranteed the deal and others like it, leaving at least 31 public services facing defaults too. Steve Henn reports.
Mitchell Hartman | Oct 30, 2008
The sense of dread in the financial world is no treat, but it'll be a main theme among the tricks played during tomorrow's Halloween festivities. Mitchell Hartman reports on people spooked by the economic crisis who are dressing the part.