Scott Jagow | Apr 6, 2006
Despite listener objections to his call for increased legal immigration to the United States, personal finance expert Chris Farrell tells host Scott Jagow he's even more convinced the US should throw open its doors.
| Apr 6, 2006
Business of sports commentator David Carter tells host Mark Austin Thomas that Major League Baseball's ongoing steroids scandal is a growing cause of concern among sponsors.
Alisa Roth | Apr 6, 2006
The European Central Bank is expected to leave the Euro-zone interest rate unchanged today when it meets to discuss monetary policy. Alisa Roth reports on the differences between the ECB and the US Federal Reserve Bank.
| Apr 6, 2006
Exxon-Mobil shareholders have asked the company to explain why it's sponsoring this year's Master's golf tournament, when the Augusta National Golf Club continues to bar women members. Cheryl Glaser reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Apr 6, 2006
Hotel managers and union locals across the country have their eyes turned toward New York City, where hotel workers and managers are trying to hammer out a new labor contract. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Apr 6, 2006
Word that a major insurer plans to drop hurricane coverage for more than 140,000 homeowners in Florida has residents across the Gulf Coast worried that other insurers will soon follow suit. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Amy Scott | Apr 6, 2006
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling will likely get up on the witness stand to defend himself at his conspiracy and fraud trial in Houston today. Amy Scott reports.
Sarah Gardner | Apr 6, 2006
Federal lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation today that would set new standards for school lunches. Gone are sodas, candy bars and snack foods. Sarah Gardner reports.
Helen Palmer | Apr 6, 2006
The United States may have the world's most effective health care system, but according to a new study, it's far from the most equitable. Helen Palmer reports.