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."
Finance ministers from the G7 industrialized nations and China meet with crude oil producers in Washington today to discuss ways to tame record-breaking oil prices. Alisa Roth reports.
SEC regulators want to let small companies take a pass on some of the toughest rules of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, one of the big legacies of the Enron scandal. Alisa Roth reports.
The leaders of Delta's pilots union sit down today to discuss a proposed compromise plan to keep both the pilots and the bankrupt carrier in business. As Alisa Roth reports, the pilots may have no choice but to accept the plan.
One of the hot-button issues within the illegal immigration debate is day laborers. There are some 120,000 of them nationwide, and it's a male-dominated job market. Researchers say only two of the formal and informal job sites include women. Alisa Roth reports.
TiVo won a huge patent lawsuit Thursday against Echostar, the owner of the Dish Network. A federal jury said Echostar stole Tivo's technology for pausing and rewinding live TV. TiVo gets $74 million, but that might be all it gets. Alisa Roth reports.
Michael Jackson may be selling his stake in the Sony music catalog -- the one with all the Beatles songs in it. It's part of his effort to stay out of bankruptcy. Alisa Roth reports.
With more than 100 cases of rare fungal eye infections tied to one of Bausch and Lomb's contact lens products, major retailers are rushing to pull products off the shelves. Meanwhile, Bausch and Lomb's CEO said today the company will likely miss the April 30 deadline to file its 2005 annual report. Alisa Roth reports.