Alisa Roth | Feb 22, 2007
American Airlines is adding several flights out of New York, including new non-stop service to and from Las Vegas. That route's a JetBlue staple. Interesting timing, but it probably just <i>feels</i> like American's pouring salt in the wound.
Scott Jagow | Feb 22, 2007
Shopkeepers in India are protesting the entry of Wal-Mart into their retail economy, even if it is just as a supplier to an Indian company.
| Feb 22, 2007
Billions of dollars in tax deductions may slip by filers this year because of a few omitted lines on 2006 tax forms. They were already at the printers by the time Congress extended the missing deductions.
Janet Babin | Feb 22, 2007
How's this for an advertising conundrum: A new study suggests that while people might prefer to watch TV shows with sexual content, they're less likely to remember the commercials in between.
Dan Grech | Feb 22, 2007
The South American allies have made an unusual trade deal: Oil-rich Venezuela will bail out an Argentine dairy producer in exchange for powdered milk. And it has as much to do with politics as economics.
Eric Niiler | Feb 22, 2007
A new study finds that high taxes and good health go together. Researchers say states with higher taxes spend more money on social programs which ultimately leads to healthier kids.
| Feb 22, 2007
Hewlett-Packard has a new lawyer. Michael Holston starts today as HP's general counsel. He replaces Ann Baskins who resigned before refusing to testify at a congressional hearing on that notorious spying case.
Amy Scott | Feb 21, 2007
National health-care spending will double in the next 10 years, a study says. One out of every five dollars we spend will be for health care, and Uncle Sam will be footing more of the bill. Amy Scott reports.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Feb 21, 2007
The payday-lending industry's spending $10 million to polish its image and adopt a few regulations — before the government does. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.