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Citigroup makes bank

Janet Babin | Jul 20, 2007
Citigroup has had a very good run this quarter. The nation's biggest bank says growth is up 18 percent. The record revenues were bolstered by international growth, while its consumer business was down. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Bump in road to WWW ad domination

Jeremy Hobson | Jul 20, 2007
Congress is taking a closer look at Google's plan to buy DoubleClick. The $3.1 billion deal announced in April is awaiting approval from the FTC, but first it'll have to endure an investigation and hearings on Capitol Hill. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Posted In: Science, Washington

Subprime hits keep on comin'

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jul 20, 2007
More bad news for subprime mortgage investors over the last 24 hours: Bernanke says losses could hit $100 billion and a new report estimates mortgage defaults will keep rising and eating into profits until at least the end of '08. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Housing, Wall Street

Powering down the PC

Helen Palmer | Jul 20, 2007
The EPA's new list of Energy Star-compliant computers comes out today, and PC makers have even set their sights on far exceeding the federal standards. Good news for the environment, not to mention all the money we'll save, Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Science

OxyContin on trial for heroin addiction

| Jul 20, 2007
A Virginia judge today will hear from parents before sentencing three execs responsible for mis-marketing prescription painkiller OxyContin. The parents say their children are addicted to heroin because of it. Monica Brady-Myerov reports.
Posted In: Crime, Health

Dow director resigns in protest

Stephen Beard | Jul 20, 2007
Dieter von Holtzbrinck stepped down from his position on the Dow Jones board after it voted to endorse the sale of the company to Rupert Murdoch. But not everyone thinks Murdoch will send the Journal off course, Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Explosion exposes NYC's aging systems

Alisa Roth | Jul 19, 2007
The steam-pipe explosion in Midtown Manhattan reminded New Yorkers just how vulnerable their aging infrastructure is. We asked Alisa Roth to look at the cost of keeping it up.
Posted In: Health, New York

Harley-Davidson accelerates overseas

Stephen Beard | Jul 19, 2007
Harley-Davidson, the iconic American motorcycle maker, said today its profits are roaring ahead overseas. But here at home they've slipped into reverse. Why? Stephen Beard takes a look.
Posted In: Canada, Wall Street

Hershey reports a profit meltdown

Jill Barshay | Jul 19, 2007
The candy maker says profits over the past three months tumbled 96% compared with last year. The slide comes as Hershey is cooking up ways to fix its milk chocolate business, get into the premium chocolate market, and expand abroad. Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Canada, Wall Street

Beckham's star power shines in L.A. Galaxy

Tess Vigeland | Jul 19, 2007
Soccer star David Beckham is slated to play his first game for the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday night, assuming his injured ankle is OK. Tess Vigeland spoke with our sports-business expert Ed Derse about all things Beckham.
Posted In: Entertainment, Sports

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