Nintendo says its profit dropped 52% last quarter. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The Commerce Department reports the economy grew for the first time in a year in the third quarter -- 3.5%. Mark Zandi with Moody's Economy.com talks the details with Stacey Vanek-Smith.
ICANN, the company that acts as the world's clearinghouse for Internet domains, is about to help the Web speak the local language around the world.
Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte talks with Bill Radke about a House committee hearing on what it hopes is a financial fix called "systemic regulation."
The companies that make parts for cars are struggling. Alisa Roth reports.
Shell is reporting a 62% drop in third-quarter profits, and the future might not look much better for the oil giant. Stephen Beard reports.
Barry Kahn, co-founder of Qcue, talks with Bill Radke about his software, which adjusts prices for entertainment-event tickets based on changing factors in the market.
Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte talks with Bill Radke about a new study by Edmunds.com that says Cash for Clunkers cost taxpayers $24,000 per vehicle sold, and resulted in only 125,000 additional car sales.
The Senate may take up a bill to extend benefits for more than a million unemployed Americans -- the fourth such extension. Mitchell Hartman reports.
The iPhone will soon go on sale in China, but what's life like for the people who manufacture the iPhone? Scott Tong reports.