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Enough success to fill an arena

Stephen Beard | Jun 23, 2008
Britain's Millenium Dome had a hard time living up to high expectations, until an American company came in and reinvented the arena. Stephen Beard has more on the continued success of the 02 in London.
Posted In: Entertainment

CEOs still making huge pay

| Jun 23, 2008
Despite shareholders advocating for lower CEO pay, a study out says compensation for chief executives is up from 2006. Scott Jagow asks Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan why there isn't more pressure on executive paychecks.

Groups say U.S. needs faster Internet

Janet Babin | Jun 23, 2008
Consumer groups are saying the U.S. lags behind other nations in terms of broadband service. The FCC will look into the U.S. Internet connection, but Janet Babin reports we need to redefine what exactly "broadband" is.

Congress tries beefing up domestic oil

John Dimsdale | Jun 23, 2008
A congressional bill on the table encourages more domestic oil production and discourages speculation. But some Democrats say we should do more to explore our existing drilling leases. John Dimsdale has more.

Look at the benefits of higher gas prices

| Jun 20, 2008
Are these rising gas prices a crisis, or are they really a blessing in disguise? Economist and commentator Justin Wolfers says we're being compensated for these higher gas prices -- we just don't realize it.
Posted In: Economy

Gas stations hitting empty on fill-ups

Stacey Vanek Smith | Jun 20, 2008
Higher gasoline prices are making it tougher for gas stations, pinched between higher costs and tougher competition. They're also getting it harder by credit card fees. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Economy

Study: Expect more severe weather

Bob Moon | Jun 20, 2008
A government study is predicting that floods, droughts and severe storms are likely to ravage North America more often. It blames emissions of planet-warming gases. Host Bob Moon talks with risk management expert Robert Hoyt about the findings.

Week on Wall Street

Bob Moon | Jun 20, 2008
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chats with host Bob Moon about what happened on Wall Street this week and what may lie ahead.
Posted In: Wall Street

More roads paved with private gold

Jill Barshay | Jun 20, 2008
Federal and state money for maintaining roads and bridges is getting harder to come by -- especially in the current economy. So governments are selling such infrastructure -- even to foreign firms. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Korean beef with U.S. no longer broiling

Dan Grech | Jun 20, 2008
After massive protests in South Korea over the quality of American beef, the nation's president has apologized for mishandling the issue and trade negotiators appear close to a new trade deal. Dan Grech reports.