Marketplace AM for June 14, 2007
Posted In: Travel
Southwest carries more passengers than any other U.S. airline, but profits are sagging and there are seats to fill so it's finally going to sell tickets through the same booking engine other airlines use. But you're still not getting an assigned seat, Jill Barshay reports.
Posted In: Canada, Washington
Britain's largest defense contractor managed to escape U.K. inquiries into secret payments made in a massive arms deal, but now that those payments have been traced to a U.S. bank account, the DOJ will likely launch its own investigation. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Health
Sales of Alli are projected to be as high as $3 billion a year, but angry critics say once it's available over-the-counter there's nothing to stop it from becoming a dangerous drug for teens and people with eating disorders. Helen Palmer reports.