Marketplace AM for April 17, 2006
Online satirists launch a new website, Joke Box, allowing users to swap witticisms and funny video clips. As Lisa Napoli reports, the creators of the site hope advertisers will get the joke too.
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling returns to the witness stand today. This time the prosecution will be asking the questions. As Sam Eaton reports, government attorneys are planning to use Skilling's own words against him.
General Electric is reported to have joined the battle for control of Britain's biggest airport operator, BAA. The company, which runs all three of London's main airports, has recently rejected two takeover bids.Stephen Beard reports.
Yesterday's Easter holiday meant big business for some, slow sales for others. Ethan Lindsey has the score.