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Legal troubles ahead for HP?

Bob Moon | Sep 13, 2006
California's Attorney General says insiders at Hewlett Packard could face criminal charges stemming from the company's probe into information leaked to the media. Bob Moon reports.

Time is shrinking

Rachel Dornhelm | Sep 13, 2006
Time Inc. plans to sell 18 of its smaller, but still profitable magazine titles in an effort to refocus its publishing strategy. Rachel Dornhelm looks at what's behind the sale.

China to measure happiness

Jocelyn Ford | Sep 13, 2006
China is planning to add a new key index to its roster of economic indicators. It's called the "happiness index." Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada

HP's boardroom changing shape

Amy Scott | Sep 12, 2006
Hewlett-Packard director George Keyworth resigned. Chairwoman Patricia Dunn will step down in January but stays on the board. CEO Mark Hurd takes her place. What does it all mean for HP? Amy Scott reports.

CEO headache for drugmaker

Bob Moon | Sep 12, 2006
Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO Peter Dolan stepped down today effective immediately. The maker of Excedrin and Plavix was feeling some pressure from the Justice Department, Bob Moon reports.

Mobile content is king

Lisa Napoli | Sep 12, 2006
The cell phone industry is hosting one of the splashiest conferences in Los Angeles this week, and the thing on everyone's mind? Making cash with content. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Science

Critics organize to reform corporate reporting

Kai Ryssdal | Sep 12, 2006
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has been accused by critics of hurting the competitiveness of U.S. markets. And they've formed a coalition for change. Host Kai Ryssdal talks with law professor Jim Cox about the reform efforts.

Living longer with cancer carries a price

Helen Palmer | Sep 12, 2006
Cancer patients are living longer in part due to new targeted therapy drugs — but those treatments don't come cheap. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Amtrak's new conductor in place

Kai Ryssdal | Sep 12, 2006
New Amtrak CEO Alexander Kummant moves into his office today. Host Kai Ryssdal asks "End of the Line" author Joseph Vranich, given the history of the company, why would anyone want the job?

Art, politics and vandalism for sale

Rico Gagliano | Sep 12, 2006
Friday in Los Angeles there's an art event billed as a "vandalized warehouse spectacular." We can't tell you where 'cause that's a secret, but it's business as usual for self-proclaimed art terrorist Banksy. Rico Gagliano has the story.

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