Rico Gagliano | Mar 1, 2007
Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin met with lawmakers yesterday making the case that a merger with XM wouldn't be anti-competitive even though it only left one satellite radio company. But it didn't quite add up for the Marketplace Players.
Scott Jagow | Mar 1, 2007
Peruvians are known for being late, an hour give or take. So all 28 million are being asked to change their ways today in the hopes of shedding the nation's reputation for tardiness.
Janet Babin | Mar 1, 2007
Sure you can already download clips of your favorite shows to your cell phone, but soon Verizon subscribers will be able to get entire episodes from Comedy Central, Fox and MTV — if they upgrade their plans of course.
Bob Moon and Kai Ryssdal | Feb 28, 2007
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke accentuated the positive today on Capitol Hill, and investors tried to maintain the same outlook. Kai Ryssdal and Bob Moon look into the effects of yesterday's Wall Street slide.
John Dimsdale | Feb 28, 2007
Congress is proposing a wage insurance bill that would cushion laid-off workers who take pay cuts at their next job. John Dimsdale reports.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Feb 28, 2007
A House bill to make it easier for unions to organize is facing a heated fight between business groups and labor activists. Those against the bill have put up a $1 million ad campaign. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Kai Ryssdal | Feb 28, 2007
Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin tried to smooth out House concerns over the company's merger with XM. The satellite broadcaster is forging a $13 billion deal. Kai Ryssdal has more.
Stephen Beard | Feb 28, 2007
Airbus is hoping the announcement of 10,000 job cuts will end bickering between Germany and France. But unions who want to prevent the cuts will continue to fight. Stephen Beard reports.
| Feb 28, 2007
The Iraqi cabinet approved a plan this week to share oil revenue amongst its provinces. Commentator Susan Lee says to prevent the government from invading the oil money cookie jar, they should take a cue from Alaska.