Miranda Kennedy | Dec 16, 2005
A new report out today warns India's burgeoning IT industry of an impending labor shortage. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Dec 16, 2005
Unionized Northwest mechanics vote today on an agreement that could end their months-long walkout. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Bob Moon | Dec 16, 2005
Bob Moon looks at the quarterly phenomenon called the "quadruple witching period," scheduled to end today, which whipsaws the price of many stocks.
| Dec 16, 2005
Voters in the South American country go to the polls this weekend to elect a new president. There's concern the country could go the way of US nemesis Venezuela.
Tess Vigeland | Dec 16, 2005
Ralphs supermarket chain has been indicted on charges that it broke several labor laws during its lockout of workers two years ago. Tess Vigeland reports.
Brian Watt | Dec 16, 2005
Tired of the same old, same old at the office holiday party? Brian Watt previews a demo party where vendors offer services like snow-filled conference rooms and a drinking aid called a "shot luge."
Jeff Tyler | Dec 16, 2005
Officials have expanded to other states a New Jersey pilot program that helps poor, single mothers find better jobs by giving them free computers and free computer training. Jeff Tyler reports.
Stephen Beard | Dec 16, 2005
Europe's trade negotiator says he's more than a little pessimistic heading into the stretch of key global trade talks in Hong Kong. Peter Mandelsohn says the problem is easy to locate -- he says it's the Americans' fault the talks are in jeopardy. Stephen Beard reports.
Hilary Wicai | Dec 16, 2005
After nearly a year of contention, the major cable and broadcast networks have brokered a deal with a coalition of children's advocacy organizations on new rules for digital TV. Hillary Wicai reports.