With the Google/AOL deal all but finalized, many analysts expect Google will add more graphics and flash animation to its advertising. Have we seen the last of the staid, austere Google we've come to know? Janet Babin has more.
CNBC's influential "Squawk Box" financial show gets a makeover starting today. Janet Babin looks at what fans of the show, such as Warren Buffet and Viacom's Sumner Redstone, can expect.
DuPont has reached a settlement with the government over Teflon. The EPA had alleged that DuPont hid information about a toxic chemical used to make the non-stick substance. From the Innovations desk at WUNC, Janet Babin reports.
The White House has one. Rockefeller Center has a big one. 25 million homes around the country have one. They're the essential prop in any good Christmas story. The Christmas tree, of course. Consumers look for tall trees, full and vibrant. But it's a long road from sapling to that kind of splendor, and some question whether the social and environmental costs are worth it. From the Marketplace Innovations desk at WUNC, Janet Babin reports.
A bidding war has broken out for Dunkin' Donuts. A number of wealthy private equity firms want to take the doughnut chain private. Janet Babin finds out why the money's in doughnuts these days. Mmmm, doughnuts...
Just a year ago, not many people were interested in partnering with America Online. AOL was a dud. So why is there a feeding frenzy surrounding it now? One word: Ads. Janet Babin reports on a high-tech storm a-brewing.
Today is the deadline for Voice-Over IP service providers to either provide 911 capability on their networks or stop taking new customers. Janet Babin reports.
With a new line of skiwear, you can use your cell phone and iPod without even having to take off your gloves. Janet Babin reports.