| Dec 2, 2005
Cheryl Glaser talked to economists Ray Perryman and Hugh Johnson about the relationship between job numbers and layoffs.
Dan Grech | Dec 2, 2005
President Hugo Chavez is working hard to bring his country's oil industry under state control... and he's succeeding. Dan Grech reports.
Jocelyn Ford | Dec 2, 2005
Today the head of China's environmental protection administration resigned, three weeks after a chemical plant explosion in that country sent toxic benzene into the Songhua River. Beijing Bureau Chief Jocelyn Ford reports.
Helen Palmer | Dec 2, 2005
Researchers are developing a new obesity treatment that would use nano-particles to trick the body into eating less. Helen Palmer reports.
| Dec 2, 2005
Looking to capitalize on new revenue streams, Microsoft is developing its own online classified site to compete with Craigslist. Jason Paur reports from Seattle.
John Dimsdale | Dec 1, 2005
Most homeowners who were forced to flee houses and jobs when Katrina hit were given a 3-month reprieve from mortgage payments. But time's up today, and John Dimsdale reports that for many, it's too soon.
Stephen Beard | Dec 1, 2005
The European Central Bank raised interest rates today by a quarter percent, to two and a quarter percent.No big deal? Well, for Europe it's the first increase in five years. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
Bob Moon | Dec 1, 2005
Given the record profits many energy companies have been reporting, you'd think anybody in the business would be making big money these days. So how come Calpine Corporation is fighting to avoid bankruptcy? Bob Moon took a look.
Miranda Kennedy | Dec 1, 2005
AIDS activists in India warn that the disease could spread dramatically if the government doesn't increase awareness. India's solution taps its business strengths: software skills and connectivity. From New Delhi, Miranda Kennedy reports.