Chris Farrell | May 11, 2007
Charlie Munger is Warren Buffet's long-time investment partner at Berkshire Hathway. He's less well-known than Buffet. But he too is a genius at...
| May 11, 2007
Pull those 4-inch heels out of the back of your closet. A New Hampshire company has developed an insole that claims to make high heels comfortable. Achieving this feat wasn't easy. In fact, it took a rocket scientist to figure it out. Pat Loeb has the story.
Gretchen Wilson | May 11, 2007
Tens of thousands of Somalians have fled their warring nation for the safety of Kenyan refugee camps, but the influx has strained resources at the camps and they're finding that life isn't easy there either. Gretchen Wilson brings us their story.
Steve Henn | May 11, 2007
It looks more and more like inflation is going to come under control. But with gas prices flirting with record highs, consumers can't catch a break. It seems most of our spending money is going into the tank. Steve Henn has more details.
Amy Scott | May 11, 2007
The International Energy Agency warned today that if OPEC doesn't increase production, tightening oil reserves will cause prices to skyrocket. And they'll only get higher if consumers don't conserve at the pump, Amy Scott reports.
Scott Jagow | May 11, 2007
Even the shipping routes of illicit drug trade follow market tides. The euro's strength has lured Latin American cocaine traffickers away from the U.S. for higher returns on the streets of Europe. And that's positioned Africa as a new drug shipping hub.
Steve Tripoli | May 11, 2007
Congress has been studying potential actions to curb the risky practices that led to the subprime crisis. Lawmakers are giving the private sector a chance to reform itself, but it better act soon, Steve Tripoli reports.
| May 11, 2007
A company heavily advertises an event that raises a lot of money for a good cause — and just happens to boost its own sales along the way. Campbell's Soup does it every year. Is it a win-win campaign or exploitation? Pat Loeb digs in.
Stephen Beard and Bob Moon | May 11, 2007
Recent changes in Europe have made cross-border banking transactions quicker and cheaper. That's spurred banks there to quietly collaborate on a pan-European debit card to challenge MasterCard's Maestro. Stephen Beard explains.