Dan Grech | Oct 19, 2006
NBC announced today it will slash 700 jobs and $750 million in expenses as it puts less money into news and prime time programming and more into new media. Dan Grech reports on the network's restructuring plan.
Jeff Tyler | Oct 19, 2006
Members of the powerful oil cartel are expected to authorize production cuts to boost oil prices today when they meet today. Jeff Tyler takes a look at how that could impact the U.S. economy and consumers at the pump.
Diantha Parker | Oct 19, 2006
Southwest is expected to post healthy Q3 earnings today on the heels of rosy profits from American Airlines yesterday. Is this the long-awaited turnaround in the airline industry? Diantha Parker reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Oct 19, 2006
Struggling to boost attendance rates, Six Flag theme parks have introduced a new code of conduct for guests. But as Ashley Milne-Tyte reports, the strategy is not without risk.
| Oct 19, 2006
Most Americans prefer debit cards over cash when shopping at the grocery store. But as Rachel Dornhelm reports, the stores aren't too fond of the practice.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Oct 19, 2006
Gas prices could be on the rise again if OPEC follows through with production cuts, but things could be worse. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us back to this week in 1973 for the OPEC oil embargo.
Ruth Kirchner | Oct 19, 2006
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in Seoul today and Beijing tomorrow to try to bolster support for enforcing UN sanctions against North Korea, but she may be in for a lukewarm reception. Ruth Kirchner reports.
Kyle James | Oct 19, 2006
Britain wants all airlines that depart from Europe to get on board the EU's greenhouse gas trading program within two years — and that includes U.S. carriers. Kyle James reports.
Amy Scott | Oct 18, 2006
Wall Street workers were paid close to $300,000 last year on average, and securities firms like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch are turning $3 billion quarterly profits. Amy Scott reports on the banking boom.