President Bush told a small-business conference today that an immigration bill must contain a guest worker program. But John Dimsdale reports that small-business owners are sharply divided on the proposal.
The Cuban government is seeking foreign investment in its sugar industry for the first time in more than four decades. Three companies have expressed an interest, but they're remaining anonymous. Dan Grech reports.
A couple of months ago Ford said its plan for getting the car maker back on track involved closing 14 plants. Three already were named, and today workers at two more learned they're next. Cheryl Glaser reports.
Some cities have set up "green" building councils to encourage architects and contractors to keep the environment in mind when choosing materials for their projects. And as David Welch reports, green building starts with green trees.
Arrested this week for allegedly participating in a $6.7 million insider trading ring was a Goldman Sachs analyst named Eugene Plotkin. New York Times reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin tells Kai Ryssdal about a screenplay Plotkin wrote that sounds a lot like what he's accused of.
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