Kai Ryssdal | May 31, 2007
Duke Energy chief James Rogers tells us why he's pushing to have government control of his industry's greenhouse gas emissions in the latest Conversation from the Corner Office.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | May 31, 2007
Struggling plane maker Airbus got a boost of reassurance today as new French President Nicolas Sarkozy indicated that he will continue to support the state-sponsored company. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
| May 31, 2007
Amid scandal over tainted toothpaste coming out of the country, China held a press conference today to answer questions and stress that it's not as big of a deal as some countries are making it out to be, says Daniel Schearf.
Dan Grech | May 31, 2007
That's right, investors in Mexico drove that market to a record high yesterday on news that a soon-to-be-announced tax overhaul may require Mexican businesses to pay more taxes. Seems that's better than no reform at all, Dan Grech reports.
Alisa Roth | May 31, 2007
The country's fourth largest bank, Wachovia, has paid nearly $7 billion to merge with brokerage firm AG Edwards, creating one of the top retail brokerages. And these days it's all about access to customers, Alisa Roth reports.
| May 31, 2007
Northwest Airlines is taking off with a lighter load today as it exits Chapter 11 protection. It shed $2.4 billion in annual costs during bankruptcy, but there could still be turbulent skies ahead. Annie Baxter explains.
Stephen Beard and Scott Jagow | May 31, 2007
An American exploration company has found sunken treasure worth half a billion dollars from a Colonial-era shipwreck — only it's not saying where. Spain thinks it might belong to them and has filed a lawsuit to find out. Stephen Beard has details.
Steve Henn | May 31, 2007
One of the top reasons we carry cell phones is to have a lifeline to help in case of emergency. But there are still big holes in the safety net — like 9-1-1 not being able to locate your call — and the FCC wants to fill them. Steve Henn reports.
Scott Jagow | May 31, 2007
Now that anyone with a couple thousand bucks can get in on the hedge fund game, Chris Farrell explains some of the finer points — like how it's heavily stacked in favor of the hedge fund managers with little regard for investor risk.
| May 30, 2007
Commentator Robert Reich says if you want to understand why the stock market continues to be bullish, you have to go back to Econ 101.