Marketplace AM for June 14, 2006
Toymaker Mattel hopes a new licensing and merchandizing deal with the kids cable network will boost slumping revenue. Lisa Napoli reports.
The Treasury Department yesterday froze the US assets of four companies who do business with Iran. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Broadcasting giant Clear Channel is considering a new format for radio advertising called blinks. Will one-second ad spots work? Shia Levitt has more.
Spend more time with your co-workers than your family? Commentator Lucy Kellaway recommends an office spouse. As she searches for her new workplace beau, she offers up these tips and warnings.
A bankruptcy court has given the thumbs-up to deals Northwest Airlines struck with pilots, baggage handlers and ground workers. But there's still no agreement with one important group of workers. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.