Marketplace AM for March 29, 2006
The Beatles' record company, Apple, goes to the high court in London today, seeking substantial damages from the computer company of the same name. Stephen Beard reports.
eBay hopes it will walk away the winner in a court battle over its "Buy It Now" technology. It's involved in a patent case that has gone all the way to the Supreme Court. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
You probably know Bluetooth as a wireless technology used in cell phones and other small devices. Well, could be seeing that same technology in your living room. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
US and China officials are meeting a lot these days. Their concern is the huge trade gap between the two countries. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Reporter Dan Grech tells the story of one immigrant family that has turned the practice of sending money back home into a half-million-dollar venture.
In this installment of The People's Business, commentator Robert Reich says the best way to stop the hiring of illegal immigrants is to strengthen enforcement of basic labor laws.
TiVo, the digital video recording company, goes to court in Texas today to take on satellite company Echostar.TiVo claims Echostar stole its technology. Alex Cohen has more.
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