It may sound like science fiction, but researchers yesterday reported it could be possible to make things invisible. Janet Babin looks at some of the commercial implications.
Newly-convicted Enron executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling both plan to appeal, but whatever happens the case has changed the legal landscape for corporations. Alisa Roth reports.
The computer maker and search giant confirmed yesterday that Dell would pre-package Google software in its new PCs. Cheryl Glaser looks at the implications.
Moscow is floating a plan to take over three oil projects that are now being run by Western companies. Stephen Beard reports.
The coffee retailer announced yesterday it was bringing its trademark mermaid to Brazil. Dan Grech reports.
It's not known for being a wild and crazy place, but today Singapore gave Las Vegas Sands a contract to build what will be the most expensive casino in the world. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Most of the plastic in this country is made from petroleum, a nonrenewable source. But it doesn't have to be. A company in Nebraska is making an innovative plastic — from corn. Sarah Gardner reports.
Miranda Kennedy reports on one of India's most hazardous jobs: ship scrapping.
This installment of the Job Files visits a pub owner in Kent, England.
The Times of London said today it's launching an American edition in New York. Guess who owns the Times?Everyone's favorite media mogul, Rupert Murdoch. Scott Tong reports.