| Apr 24, 2006
Economist Eric Talley tells host Mark Austin Thomas that we should expect few fireworks from former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay's time on the witness stand.
Alisa Roth | Apr 24, 2006
Former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay takes the witness stand in the Enron fraud trial today. And as Alisa Roth reports, his main defense is likely to be: "I had no idea what was going on."
Miranda Kennedy | Apr 24, 2006
Computer hardware and software makers are looking to cash in on India's non-English speaking market by offering products they can use in their own languages. Miranda Kennedy has more.
Amy Scott | Apr 24, 2006
You might find something unexpected when you open your issue of Time or People today — the table of contents. As Amy Scott reports, an advertiser paid big money to make it easy to find.
Sarah Gardner | Apr 24, 2006
Software maker Microsoft goes before Europe's second highest court of appeals today to argue it didn't break European Union anti-trust laws. Sarah Gardner reports.
Alex Cohen | Apr 24, 2006
The Uncola is ditching sodium and chemical preservatives in an effort to attract health-conscious consumers, but will it be enough to revive slumping sales? Alex Cohen reports.
Helen Palmer | Apr 24, 2006
A new report says non-profits have a hard time landing major capital investment. Helen Palmer explains why.
| Apr 24, 2006
Two of Europe's largest highway operators are trying to become one. The merger would be worth $17 billion and create the world's largest single operator of privately-owned paved roads. Alasdair Sandford reports.
Gretchen Wilson | Apr 24, 2006
Chinese President Hu Jintao is headed to Africa looking for oil. China's growing economy is increasingly dependent upon Africa's natural resources. Gretchen Wilson reports.