Latest Stories

Latest Stories

Pages

How to enjoy your long weekend

| Sep 1, 2006
As many of us head into a long Labor Day weekend, commentator Joe Robinson points out that fun and relaxation can't be considered items on a to-do list.

Introducing the sonar parking meter

| Sep 1, 2006
There's a new breed of parking meter out there — but beware, it's designed to squeeze more money out of motorists. Stuart Cohen has the story.
Posted In: Science

Aston Martin for sale

Stephen Beard | Sep 1, 2006
The company that makes James Bond's favorite car is up for sale. Ford is selling Aston Martin. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Canada

August unemployment holds steady

Scott Tong | Sep 1, 2006
The latest jobs numbers are in and itseems employers are still hiring at a decent pace — with exceptions in a couple industries. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Economy

Balancing unemployment and inflation

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Sep 1, 2006
Jobless figures were expected to remain unchanged. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports the numbers will likely vindicate the Fed's decision to hold interest rates steady.
Posted In: Economy

Auto incentives extended

Janet Babin | Sep 1, 2006
Will the latest round of sales incentives from U.S. automakers do much to revive slumping sales? Janet Babin reports.

What is Vicente Fox's economic legacy?

| Sep 1, 2006
Mexican president Vicente Fox delivers his final State of the Union address tonight. Franc Contreras examines the economic legacy Fox will leave his successor.
Posted In: Canada

Clean diesel required

Sarah Gardner | Sep 1, 2006
California today introduces a new blend of diesel fuel formulated to burn more cleanly. But as Sarah Gardner reports, it comes at a price.

Job Files: Burlesque dancer

| Sep 1, 2006
This installment of the Job Files looks at the life of a burlesque dancer.

So, are we in a recession or not?

Bob Moon | Aug 31, 2006
Consumer spending in August jumped to its highest point in six months. But a barometer that's predicted four of the last five recessions says we're firmly in the midst one. What's really going on? Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Economy

Pages