Congress is debating a climate change bill to limit greenhouse gas emissions. But it would impose extra costs on U.S. companies foreign competitors may not have to bear. John Dimsdale reports on a potential green trade war.
Chinese companies have been taking advantage of low valuations by buying up natural resources. Now Chinese investors are buying a minority stake in the Cleveland Cavaliers, and commentator Shaun Rein says that's a good thing.
A public-private venture with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is being used to test a potential malaria vaccine. The collaboration may provide a viable business model for developing drugs for poor countries. Megan Williams reports.
Deciding how to regulate the financial system may be difficult thanks to complications like the purchase accounting rule, which makes bank earnings look sweeter than they otherwise would. Jeremy Hobson reports.
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