Twenty-five years ago Coca-Cola launched a sweeter Coke as a direct challenge to Pepsi, but its launch was a disaster. BevNET.com President John Craven talks with Kai Ryssdal about whether corporate America has learned its lesson and if it's easier now to launch new products.
A new report says monthly sales of previously occupied homes increased 6.8%. With government tax credits about to expire, this may be the last good news the housing market gets for a while. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Word is Goldman Sachs has hired major firepower to try and win any court cases after being charged with fraud by the SEC. But the question for shareholders is to fight or not? Jennifer Collins reports.
During a speech in New York, President Obama made a push for Wall Street reform -- just as the Senate prepares to debate its overhaul package. Jeremy Hobson reports momentum appears to be on the president's side.
A lot of communication is hopelessly confusing. Annetta Cheek, director of the Center for Plain Language, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the how the nonprofit started and who the worst offenders are in corporate America.
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