| Oct 10, 2006
The third-quarter earnings season begins in earnest today. Nancy Marshall Genzer looks at who will be grabbing the headlines.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Oct 10, 2006
With Google's $1.6 billion purchase of YouTube, the online video market has hit the big-time. And each company has something the other one needs, Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
| Oct 10, 2006
With the resignation of its CEO and continued problems for the A380, you might think Airbus is headed for disaster. But it could be poised to hunker down and reinvent as rival Boeing did years ago. Jason Paur reports.
Rachel Dornhelm | Oct 10, 2006
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina's book hits stores shelves today. With HP all over headlines, the timing couldn't be better. The book's add more details to the story, Rachel Dornhelm reports.
Sam Eaton | Oct 10, 2006
Gas prices are up, gas prices are down — but where does that leave alternative energy technology? As Sam Eaton reports, a lot would have to change to make alternative fuels economically viable.
Miranda Kennedy | Oct 10, 2006
Starting today, India implements a law that forbids children under the age of 14 from working in homes or restaurants. Miranda Kennedy looks at whether the new law will have an impact on the practice of hiring kids.
Scott Tong | Oct 10, 2006
Drug maker Imclone is back in the news. Chairman David Kies quit this morning over an ugly board fight involving activist investor and board member Carl Icahn. Scott Tong has the story.
Kai Ryssdal | Oct 9, 2006
Host Kai Ryssdal speaks with Mike Chinoy of the Pacific Council for International Policy about the economic implications of North Korea's nuclear testing claims — and whether economic sanctions might work.
Janet Babin | Oct 9, 2006
Google bought video sharing site YouTube for $1.65 billion today. Critics of the deal say it could cost them that much in copyright lawsuits, but other deals today make that less likely. Janet Babin explains.