Sam Eaton | Feb 16, 2006
Today marks one year since the Kyoto Protocol went into effect. One of the success stories of the treaty has been the carbon market, which allows the buying and selling of carbon credits. Sam Eaton has more.
Janet Babin | Feb 16, 2006
Electronics companies like Samsung and Panasonic are using Olympic athletes to test out new technologies, such as a cell phone that can be converted into a TV console. Janet Babin has more.
| Feb 16, 2006
As teams report for Spring Training in advance of the 2006 Major League Baseball season, Curt Nichisch reports that league revenues are expected to be higher this year than last.
Alisa Roth | Feb 16, 2006
Looking to compete head-on with the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ will implement stricter requirements on which publicly traded companies it will list. Alisa Roth has more.
Scott Tong | Feb 16, 2006
The residential communities that first sprang up around urban centers are often neglected in terms of redevelopment funding and planning, according a new report out. Scott Tong has the details.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Feb 16, 2006
Congress, for the third time, has allowed the federal flood insurance program to increase borrowing to pay claims associated with Hurricane Katrina. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Ruth Kirchner | Feb 16, 2006
After the grilling in Congress of some Internet executives on Wednesday over their business activities in China, the ball is now in the government's court. Yahoo, Google, and others say no private business can resist China alone. From Beijing, Ruth Kirchner reports.
Stephen Beard | Feb 16, 2006
The German-US carmaker DaimlerChrysler has earned much better than expected results for the last three months of 2005. The company is forecasting an even better year ahead. From the European Desk in London, Stephen Beard reports.
Dan Grech | Feb 16, 2006
This morning the Commerce Department reports that housing starts -- people breaking ground on new homes -- soared 14.5% in January. Home construction is now at its highest level in more than 3 decades. From Miami, Dan Grech reports that this new data should quiet talk of a bubble... at least for today.
Amy Scott | Feb 15, 2006
New Fed Chief Ben Bernanke today delivered his first report to the House Financial Services committee. Bernanke said the economic expansion is on track, and hinted the Fed may raise interest rates again. More interesting to many analysts, though, was HOW he said it. Amy Scott reports.