Marketplace AM for March 24, 2006
While trade officials from Ecuador meet with US counterparts in Washington today, protesters back home fear losing their way of life. Dan Grech reports.
Patrick Hirsch looks at what Dell's plans to buy gaming computer maker Alienware could mean for the computer processing chip industry.
The man who helped develop many of Microsoft's popular Office products has been tapped to head the troubled unit responsible for creating new versions of Windows operating platforms. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
The European Union plans to roll out a new tax on leather shoes from China. It will start at 5% and climb to 20% by the fall. Jocelyn Ford has reaction from Beijing.
French President Jacques Chirac stormed out of a key European Union meeting after a French business leader committed the unpardonable sin: He addressed the gathering in English. Stephen Beard reports.
With tax season in full swing, Ethan Lindsey reports on a tax credit designed to help adoptive parents cover the costs of the process -- which few take advantage of.
The search engine may be a rebel on Wall Street, but given its share price it's little surprise that Standard & Poors has decided to add Google to its roster of 500 firms. Hillary Wicai reports.
Daily Variety editor Michael Speier talks to host Mark Austin Thomas about the profitability of movies on DVD versus those shown in theaters.