| Jul 18, 2008
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chats with host Kai Ryssdal about what happened on Wall Street this week and what may lie ahead.
| May 31, 2008
As part of a potential class action settlement with TransUnion this week, consumers are going to be able to get a free copy of their credit score. Host Tess Vigeland talks with economics editor Chris Farrell about this new service.
| Jul 21, 2008
The Fed has laid out plans to get the economy back on track, but do they still have the clout to get the job done? Host Bob Moon asks Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan who the big economic players really are.
Steve Henn | Jul 18, 2008
Bratz dolls have been tugging at the market share of Mattel's Barbie for years, but a court ruling could earn Mattel royalties on the Bratz line or even total control of the brand. Steve Henn reports.
| Jul 15, 2008
The mortgage industry may have dodged a bullet, but choosing the right time to buy a home still seems like a guessing game. Commentator Lyn Millner says her attempts have brought nothing but more confusion.
| Jul 18, 2008
One third of Beijing's population are migrant workers who've come from the countryside in search of better wages, and when they arrive, they don't always get along with their fellow city dwellers. Lisa Chow reports.
Stephen Beard | Jul 16, 2008
Militant groups are walking away with thousands of barrels oil a day in Nigeria and Britain is offering to help the government take on the thieves. Stephen Beard reports.
Tess Vigeland | Jul 18, 2008
Tess Vigeland continues her conversations with John Ventura, author of "Kiplinger's Estate Planning." This week the topic is life insurance.
Dan Grech | Jul 18, 2008
As the demand for truck drivers increases, more drivers who don't speak the required amount of English have made it to the road. Now the government is planning to crack down. Dan Grech reports.