Marketplace AM for October 11, 2006
Commentator Robert Reich looks at the international community's response to the supposed nuclear testing by North Korea — and says in this case, world leaders should listen to China.
Experts come before an FDA panel to debate the regulation of nanomaterials — teeny-tiny particles that are increasingly used in thousands of consumer products like face creams, eye shadows and sunscreens. Janet Babin reports.
The federal government has created a new task force to crack down on companies and individuals that violate the 44-year old Cuban embargo. Dan Grech looks at what's behind the move.
On this day 56 years ago, CBS was issued the first color TV license by the FCC. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us Back to Business, our look at the history of all things economic.
A new study finds the lion's share of federal money that supports farm subsidies and research is going to big farms. That could leave small and medium-sized operations out in the cold, Amy Scott reports.
A new study suggests we better figure commuting costs into the equation when we decide where to live. They matter a whole lot, especially in less expensive cities. Scott Tong explains.