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GM, Delphi buyout deadline

Amy Scott | Jun 23, 2006
Today is the deadline for workers at GM and Delphi to decide whether to accept buyout packages to help cut costs at the struggling companies. Amy Scott reports.

Lord & Taylor sale

Rachel Dornhelm | Jun 23, 2006
Federated Department Stores has sold Lord & Taylor to a property development company. Rachel Dornhelm tells us what's next for the famed up-scale retailer.

Lula's reelection bid

| Jun 23, 2006
Brazil's socialist president is expected this weekend to announce plans to run for reelection. As Paulo Prada reports, Lula is one leftist leader even foreign investors love.
Posted In: Canada

New Orleans back in business?

Lisa Napoli | Jun 23, 2006
Today the Crescent City hosts its largest convention since Hurricane Katrina. Lisa Napoli takes a look at whether New Orleans is really ready for business.

Job Files: Art consultant

| Jun 23, 2006
This week's installment of the Job Files takes us into the world of the fine art consultant.

Prescription drug costs

Stacey Vanek Smith | Jun 23, 2006
No surprise that the cost of brand-name prescription drugs is on the rise, but a new study reveals the cost has skyrocketed this year — three times faster than the rate of inflation. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Health

Insider trading investigation

Janet Babin | Jun 23, 2006
A report out today says the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating a major US hedge fund for possible insider trading. The investigation is so sensitive that even the SEC's handling of the matter is under review. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

It's unanimous: Employers liable for retaliation

Sarah Gardner | Jun 22, 2006
The Supreme Court today made it easier for companies to be found guilty of retaliation. The 9-0 ruling shifted new power to employees, but critics fear it will simply encourage more lawsuits. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Washington

Hastert accused of profiting from earmarks

John Dimsdale | Jun 22, 2006
More allegations of influence peddling in Washington, and this time Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert is allegedly involved. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Washington

Airlines named in price-fixing investigation

Eric Niiler | Jun 22, 2006
Authorities raided an office of British Airways today in connection to price fixing over fuel surcharges. Eric Niiler reports that the British carrier isn't the only company to be caught up in the probe.