At the WTO talks this week, many developing nations in Africa threatened to reject any deal that fails to protect their farms. Africa specialist and commentator Marian Tupy says Africa needs less internal protection, not more.
At most research universities, it's get tenure or get let go. Try adding a baby to the mix. From the Work and Family Desk, Hillary Wicai reports on Princeton's efforts to stop the tenure clock from colliding with the biological clock.
Entertainment companies and children's advocates have been at odds for a long time over children's programming, including how programming is used to market to children. Yesterday the two sides came together to make a deal. Tess Vigeland reports.
Dallas stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chatted with Kai about oil and gas prices, and all the odd year-end questions he gets from people who could really use an accountant. Congrats to David's graduated son!
Next week, the IMF will approve or deny requests from several poor nations for debt cancellation. But as Jeff Tyler reports, some of the countries that won't get their loans cancelled should qualify for cancellation.
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