Scott Jagow | Dec 8, 2005
Personal finance expert Chris Farrell tells host Scott Jagow that company 401k matching plans don't do much to encourage employees to invest in their retirement.
Tess Vigeland | Dec 8, 2005
Stu Levine with Daily Variety tells host Tess Vigeland the thinking behind ABC's move to split duties between two Nightly News anchors, and about the state of network news anchoring in general.
Hilary Wicai | Dec 8, 2005
Looking to give their kids a leg up, parents are increasingly hiring tutors... for their pre-schoolers. As Hillary Wicai reports, tutoring for tots is big business.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Dec 8, 2005
Consumers plan to run up their credit cards this holiday season, incurring record debt to make the holidays merry. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
| Dec 8, 2005
The labor federation has launched its biggest organizing campaign in 15 years, culminating in a march on the White House today. Gretchen Cook looks at the organization's strategy to revive the labor movement.
| Dec 8, 2005
Sales of computer chips have hit a record high this year. Larry Schooler tells us why.
Miranda Kennedy | Dec 8, 2005
Auto industry executives are in India to discuss the Asian nation's potential as both a major consumer market and manufacturing hub. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Dan Grech | Dec 8, 2005
Venezuela has announced plans to offer low-cost heating oil to Bronx residents on the heels of a similar offer to residents in Massachusetts. Will American oil companies follow suit? Dan Grech reports.
Brian Watt | Dec 8, 2005
Canadian wine-maker Vincor International Inc. has rebuffed hostile takeover efforts by Constellation Brands Inc., the world's largest wine producer. Brian Watt looks at what's next.