Stacey Vanek Smith | May 18, 2006
The SEC announced yesterday it will not exempt small businesses from strict Sarbanes-Oxley accounting standards meant to prevent Enron-style fraud. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Tess Vigeland | May 18, 2006
The world's largest producer of aluminum sits down with its unionized workers today to try and hammer out a new labor contract. Workers have threatened to strike by month's end if no agreement is reached. Tess Vigeland reports.
Alisa Roth | May 18, 2006
The legal troubles for former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay continue in a second trial starting today. Alisa Roth has the details.
Janet Babin | May 18, 2006
Scientists reported yesterday they had completed mapping all chromosomes in the human genome. Time for venture capital, right? Not so fast, Janet Babin reports.
Hilary Wicai | May 18, 2006
Remember in March when Congress raised the limit on the amount of red ink the government can run up? Well, lawmakers are back at it again. Hillary Wicai has the scoop.
Lisa Napoli | May 18, 2006
Looking to move past the Vioxx controversy, Merck hopes an advisory panel convening today will recommend that the FDA approve the drug maker's experimental vaccine against cervical cancer. Lisa Napoli reports.
Alex Cohen | May 18, 2006
According to a AAA report out today, high gas prices are likely to cause many American to vacation closer to home this summer — and spend less. Alex Cohen has more.
Jocelyn Ford | May 18, 2006
The US government is discussing widening restrictions on exports of military technology to China, but many US businesses worry they'll just lose out to companies in other countries. Jocelyn Ford reports.
| May 17, 2006
The government said today that inflation may be back, and investors expressed their concern. Cheryl Glaser looks at why Wall Street was so unhappy with the news.