Mid-day Update - Most Recent
Jul 31, 2013
The smartphone killed the camera. Is the GPS unit next? Senator Angus King of Maine tells us why wants to make banking boring again. And the latest GDP numbers.
Jul 30, 2013
Are Apple's critics accurate? New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg advocates for stairs. And what to expect from this week's GDP revision.
Jul 29, 2013
Omnicom and Publicis go big to go small, digitally. Want better government? Try cost-benefit analysis. And are the Federal Reserve's monetary policies putting the country at risk for inflation?
Jul 26, 2013
Halliburton admits to destroying oil spill evidence. Second Avenue subway construction undermines NYC small businesses. And what's up with the sell-off of municipal bonds?
Jul 25, 2013
Facebook says it's got a handle on mobile ads. CBS and Time Warner duke it out. And Ford is back in style.
Jul 24, 2013
Boeing's other businesses, besides commercial airliners. And online courses fail the mid-term at San Jose State, but what about the final?
Jul 23, 2013
Apple reports its earnings. How to break away from the consensus when buying stocks. And in Nebraska, some farmers and ranchers fear the Keystone XL Pipeline could damage land and water.
Jul 22, 2013
Obama's economic offensive. What is the Hyperloop? And, when it comes to per capita income level, which country is most like China?
Jul 19, 2013
Vanderbilt's football team fights to put fans in the stands. A small business owner in Detroit shares his reaction to the city's bankruptcy.
Jul 18, 2013
So goes tech earnings, so goes the economy? The state of job training around the world. And as the advertising industry embraces the Internet, it still depends on an older technology to deliver results.