Marketplace PM for March 24, 2006
Life in the corner office can have its moments of high drama. That's why a new training seminar for chief executives uses Shakespeare to teach management lessons. Sean Cole has the story.
Telecommunications equipment maker Lucent Technologies and its French rival Alcatel are talking about making their two companies one. Bob Moon reports on why so many telecom giants are feeling the urge to merge.
Many of the donations to the Red Cross' Hurricane Katrina relief effort may have been improperly spent and accounted for, according to a New York Times report. Host Kai Ryssdal speaks to Times reporter Stephanie Strom about the story.
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Morocco doesn't have the same reputation for political persecution that other Arab countries do. But the country's king allows only minimal opposition. As John Laurenson reports, one strategy the country uses is to fine opposition newspapers into bankruptcy.