Marketplace PM for July 12, 2007
Posted In: Crime
Afghanistan's opium poppy crop is said to generate over $3 billion, more than half its GDP. And evidence is mounting that the money is funding the Taliban and government corruption. The New Yorker's Jon Lee Anderson went there and tells what he discovered.
Instead of fading into retirement once they've reached their golden years, today's CEOs are redefining what they do. Commentator Harriet Rubin says creative rebirth is a good way to build a legacy.