Ever wonder where the portrait of George Washington that adorns the dollar bill comes from? Reporter Sean Cole visits a Boston Museum to get the answer.
European authorities have threatened to take legal action against the world's major credit card companies. At issue are the fees Visa and MasterCard charge businesses to accept their cards. Stephen Beard reports.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says hybrid cars make little business sense for automakers because of their high cost to build and purchase. Rachael Dornhelm has more.
Google's making all kinds of noise in China. This week, the search engine announced it's opening a research lab there. And that's not all. Jocelyn Ford reports.
The legal troubles of the once popular pain medication have sapped investor enthusiasm for drug company shares. Cheryl Glaser reports.
Mexico's center-left presidential candidate is hoping to broaden his appeal by reaching out to the Mexican business community. Dan Grech looks at how well the strategy is likely to succeed.
CNET editor Brian Cooley talks to host Mark Austin Thomas about where Google goes from here.
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.
A new report concludes MacDonald's fries in much of the US contain considerably more harmful trans fats than Mickey D's popular potatoes in other parts of the world. Ashley Milne-Tyte tells us why.
Three of the largest beef producers in the US have been found guilty of colluding to keep beef prices artificially low to drive smaller competitors out of business. Stacey Vanek Smith reports.