Tess Vigeland | Mar 30, 2006
The Senate passed a lobbying reform bill Wednesday on a vote of 90-8, but as Tess Vigeland reports, critics say the bill does little to change the status quo.
Stephen Beard | Mar 30, 2006
Nasdaq has taken back its $4 billion bid for the London Stock Exchange. The LSE had rejected a bid earlier this month. But as Stephen Beard reports, the bidding war probably isn't over.
Miranda Kennedy | Mar 30, 2006
The oil minister of India is in Houston today to discuss plans to harness his country's vast coal, gas and oil reserves. Miranda Kennedy reports on what's at stake for US companies.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Mar 30, 2006
This year isn't shaping up to be a Hollywood sequel to last year's anemic box office figures. Movie theater ticket sales are up more than 4% so far this year. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Scott Tong | Mar 29, 2006
The Senate approved a bill today that revises ethics rules regarding politicians and lobbyists. And even though many think the bill is just a partial cleaning at best, lawmakers are putting it through the political spin cycle. Scott Tong reports.
John Dimsdale | Mar 29, 2006
The Department of Transportation announced today it would raise the average fuel-economy standard for light trucks and SUVs to 24 mpg by 2011. John Dimsdale reports.
Janet Babin | Mar 29, 2006
The Supreme Court today heard its second patent case in a month. Lawyers for eBay were in action in another case pitting high-tech versus old economy. Janet Babin reports.
| Mar 29, 2006
As the issue of immigration and citizenship for undocumented workers faces increasing political debate and public protest, Tom Nogradi, founder of Cicoil, a California-based tech manufacturing company offers his opinion.
Hilary Krieger | Mar 29, 2006
The Hamas-controlled Palestinian Authority that was sworn in today is virtually bankrupt. Israel, the US and the EU are trying to figure out how to help the Palestinian people without supporting the militant group. Hilary Krieger reports.