As one of its new initiatives, GM says it will partner with eBay to auction cars online. Bill Radke talks to Laura DiDio with Information Technology Intelligence Corporation about whether people will actually buy cars on eBay.
When the government bailed out the banks, they promised taxpayers a share in future profits. But a congressional oversight panel says taxpayers haven't seen significant profit. Bill Radke talks to professor Elizabeth Warren, head of the panel.
Bill Radke talks to professor Peter Sommer, cyber terrorism expert at the London School of Economics and Political Science, about how difficult it is to assess who's behind the South Korean Web site attacks.
Many G8 leaders have signed on for dramatic cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, but not everyone is on board. Bill Radke talks to Mark Kenber of The Climate Group, who released a report on steps industrialized nations can take to reach short-term energy goals.
The Energy Department will loan billions to help automakers produce energy-efficient cars. Bill Radke talks to Elon Musk, CEO of loan recipient electric car company Tesla Motors, on his view of the future of highway travel.
Germany's economy is struggling, but German Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to have a strong lead for re-election. Bill Radke asks Brett Neely in Berlin how Merkel has managed to keep her constituents happy and supportive.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court said a worker has to prove that age was the key factor in an age discrimination case. Bill Radke talks to Paul Secunda, a law professor at Marquette University, about what this means for older workers.