Dan Grech | Jul 28, 2006
After arguing about sugar for nearly a decade, today the US and Mexico have a deal. The US will allow Mexican sugar to come in to the States and Mexico will open up its market to US corn syrup. Dan Grech reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jul 28, 2006
New GDP figures out today show considerable slowing in the growth of the US economy. Whether that's good news or bad news depends on who you talk to. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
| Jul 28, 2006
Trendy clothier American Apparel today becomes the first retailer to open up shop in the virtual online world Second Life. Charla Bear reports it could be the start of a trend.
Lisa Napoli | Jul 28, 2006
The judge in Google's click-fraud case yesterday approved the search engine's $90 million settlement proposal and ruled that proposed efforts to end the practice are fair. Lisa Napoli reports.
Steve Tripoli | Jul 28, 2006
Nearly three weeks since the partial collapse of a tunnel in Boston's Big Dig project, Steve Tripoli finds transportation-dependent businesses have had to adapt.
Lisa Napoli | Jul 27, 2006
Google makes its money by selling ads, but the model is susceptible to something called click fraud. Some of Google's customers sued over it and today a judge OK'd a $90 million settlement. Lisa Napoli has the story.
| Jul 27, 2006
The Congo's July 30 elections mark the end of nearly a decade of fighting, fueled mainly by its enormous mineral wealth. If Congo can stabilize, investors stand to gain tens of millions of dollars. But, Suzanne Marmion reports, that's a big if.
Dan Grech | Jul 27, 2006
Today Japan announced it's letting US beef back into the country. But while US cattlemen cheer the news, American chicken and pork farmers are less excited. Dan GrechA explains.
| Jul 27, 2006
New home sales figures out today say nationwide sales are down again. And slowing sales have home builders offering some creative, and expensive, incentives to buy. KPCC's Tamara Keith reports.