French President Jacques Chirac says he'll approve the controversial labor reforms that have fueled massive protests in that nation. Economist Glenn Hubbard has been watching the coverage and says it's a disturbing look in the mirror.
The number of day-traders looking to make their fortune is booming along with Japan's stock market. Jocelyn Ford catches up with a refrigerator salesman who spends most of his time buying and selling stock.
Delphi, primary supplier of parts for General Motors, wants a bankruptcy court to void union labor contracts. Many think this move, along with Delphi's plant closures and layoffs, could provoke a strike. John Dimsdale reports.
The panel that sets accounting rules for American companies is proposing a new method of reporting pensionobligations. It addresses the complaint that previous methods opened shareholders and employees to financial risks. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports
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