The revised GDP figures this morning should help dial down the anxiety on Wall Street. The new number: 5.3%. Now the question is, can the economy keep up this pace? Marketplace business editor Cheryl Glaser reports.
Cablevision is about to launch a new service where the cable company records shows for you — kind of like TiVo without the box. But Hollywood studios and TV networks filed a lawsuit yesterday to stop it. Scott Tong reports.
Personal finance expert Chris Farrell and host Scott Jagow discuss a new report suggesting debt is a growing problem for the middle class. The Center for American Progress says debt now makes up 108% of incomes.
In the wine industry, the heavyweight bout is California vs. France. Yesterday in London, the two squared off in a tasting rematch that put Napa Valley on the map. And guess what? It's still there. Stephen Beard reports.
The Senate will likely pass its version of the immigration bill today.And that sets up a battle with the House. The two versions are so different, this could be a long, ugly fight. Hillary Wicai has a preview.
Delphi wants a bankruptcy judge to void its contracts with the United Auto Workers. The UAW is threatening to strike if that happens and GM wants more time to get this resolved before the dominoes would start falling. Alisa Roth reports.
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