Support Marketplace

Latest Stories

Latest Stories


Jaguar for sale?

Stephen Beard | Aug 3, 2006
Speculation is growing in the UK that Ford may put its luxury sports car company Jaguar up for sale. From London, Stephen Beard has the story.
Posted In: Canada

Sprint-Nextel anniversary

Lisa Napoli | Aug 3, 2006
Nearly a year into the marriage of the two telecom giants, Lisa Napoli takes a look at the state of the union.

Pesticide debate

Sam Eaton | Aug 3, 2006
The EPA has until today to complete a review over the use of controversial pesticides banned in other countries. Sam Eaton looks at who stands to benefit if the agency approves the chemicals.

Rabbit redux

Andrea Gardner | Aug 3, 2006
VW's first post-Beetle model makes a comeback. Will it hit the ground running in the affordable car market? Andrea Gardner reports.

Vista woes

| Aug 3, 2006
More bad news for Microsoft: A survey out yesterday finds most businesses will delay purchasing the company's new Vista operating system for at least a year. Jason Paur reports.
Posted In: Science

India's electronic junk market

Miranda Kennedy | Aug 3, 2006
A new report says 70 percent of old computer equipment in the US and Europe winds up in New Delhi. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Posted In: Canada

Natural gas prices ride along with heat wave

Steve Tripoli | Aug 2, 2006
Natural gas prices are at near-record prices as oil hovers about $76 a barrel. The high energy prices come at a time of record electricity demand throughout the country due to a heat wave. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Only $2 billion left to spend in Iraq

Hilary Wicai | Aug 2, 2006
The inspector general for Iraq reconstruction talked to lawmakers today and said there's only $2 billion left for rebuilding the country, with about 500 projects left on the so-called short list. How's the work going to get done? Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Canada, Washington

Strong consumer spending . . . or inflation?

Bob Moon | Aug 2, 2006
Investors today were cheered by news of a 36% jump in 2nd quarter profits at Procter & Gamble. But where Wall Street saw a silver lining, others see a gray cloud in the form of inflationary pressure. Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Entrepreneurs eye Cuba

Dan Grech | Aug 2, 2006
The health of Cuban leader Fidel Castro remains a state secret, but the partying has already begun in Miami. Entrepreneurs there are trying to figure out if they'll have a role after the leader is out of power. Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Canada, Entrepreneurship