Marketplace AM for December 4, 2006
Host Bob Moon asks Newsweek's Wall Street editor Allan Sloan how billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian managed to walk away from $800 million worth of GM stock so gracefully — and what the move means for GM.
Drive-thru customers at some Wendy's locations across the country aren't actually talking to workers inside the restaurant — and that's speeding up the line. Sheryl Rich-Kern explains.
The supermarket industry has become hotly competitive since Wal-Mart came onto the field, but Kroger has continued to post strong numbers. Diantha Parker looks at the grocery chain's winning game plan.
Probably both, says a new study. And that's costing American businesses a lot of money. Hillary Wicai explains.