Stacey Vanek Smith | Dec 1, 2006
This week in 2001, one of the biggest corporate scandals in U.S. history was launched. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us back to the energy giant's precipitous fall.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Nov 30, 2006
Retailers kicked off Christmas earlier than ever this year. Held midnight sales, waged price wars, offered great deals. Trouble is, the latest data suggests shoppers might be addicted to those deals. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Sarah Gardner | Nov 30, 2006
Angola, Sudan and Ecuador want to join OPEC. The oil-producing countries want to exert more control over their resources, and OPEC may just help them do that. Sarah Gardner reports.
Hilary Wicai | Nov 30, 2006
An influential panel known as the Paulson Group issued a report today warning that U.S. markets are losing their competitive edge — but the pendulum may already be swinging the other way. Hillary Wicai explains.
Kai Ryssdal | Nov 30, 2006
Host Kai Ryssdal speaks with Business Week magazine senior writer Tom Lowry about the possibility of the New York Times going private.
Janet Babin | Nov 30, 2006
U.S. rum sales are on fire this year, and that's raised the stakes in the trademark dispute over a storied rum from Cuba. Janet Babin reports.
Diantha Parker | Nov 30, 2006
Talks to consider Turkey's admission to the EU have stalled. Commentator Reza Aslan says an alliance with the moderate Muslim country can only help ease tensions of the Islamophobia sweeping across Europe.
| Nov 30, 2006
For millions of Americans, making it from paycheck to paycheck is a stretch. Many resort to payday loans to cover expenses — and end up trapped in debt, says a study out today. Diantha Parker reports.
Gretchen Wilson | Nov 30, 2006
So many people are dying of HIV/AIDS in South Africa that funerals are a constant. Hundreds every weekend. For South African women, preparations have turned into a second full-time job. Gretchen Wilson reports.