Rico Gagliano | Nov 6, 2006
Or demon propaganda. Election ads for those controversial state propositions can be confusing, and, well, perhaps excessive in their descriptions. The Marketplace Players demonstrate . . .
Scott Jagow | Nov 6, 2006
Host Scott Jagow and Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan look at the factors behind the likely success of the upcoming Hertz IPO.
Steve Tripoli | Nov 6, 2006
Most successful entrepreneurs weren't able to do it by themselves. Steve Tripoli has the story of one "entrepreneurial ecosystem" that helped spawn a trail-blazing computer simulation company.
Stephen Beard | Nov 6, 2006
American and British engineers have unveiled a radical new design for a passenger plane that's ultra fuel-efficient and practically silent. Stephen Beard has details.
Jeff Tyler | Nov 6, 2006
Search giant Google is testing a new service that would connect its online advertisers with traditional newspapers. Jeff Tyler reports.
| Nov 6, 2006
The world's largest diamond trader will reportedly join a delegation of human rights organizations calling for a crackdown on trade in blood diamonds. And it could have a lot to do with the Leonardo DiCaprio film hitting theaters next month.
Hilary Wicai | Nov 6, 2006
The federal government has spent billions to upgrade the nation's voting systems, but the new electronic voting machines are not without glitches. Hillary Wicai reports.
Janet Babin | Nov 6, 2006
The Mouse House is reportedly close to wrapping up multi-year negotiations with Comcast and Time Warner over billions in licensing fees. Janet Babin reports.
Rachel Dornhelm | Nov 6, 2006
U.S. trade officials today launch an investigation into alleged dumping of lemons from Argentina and Mexico into American markets. Rachel Dornhelm reports.