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MID-DAY UPDATE: Congress can't meet a budget deadline -- push it back?

Sep 21, 2010
The federal government's budget year ends September 30th - and Congress is nowhere near passing a new budget. What do YOU do when you can't meet a...
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Airline industry expects larger profit

Sep 21, 2010
The airline industry's trade association has changed its profit forecast for the airline industry. It expects a net profit of almost $9 billion. Reporter Alisa Roth talks with Bill Radke about whether this means the airline industry has officially recovered.
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United and Continental, a marriage of equals

Sep 17, 2010
Like any marriage, the merger between the two airline giants has qualities that complements the others. But also like any marriage, economists predict some tough talks will be had to settle issues such as a pilots' pay.
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What United-Continental means for us

Sep 17, 2010
Shareholders of United and Continental airlines have been voting for a few weeks now. We're going to get the results today on whether the two will merge to create the world's biggest airline. Tony Arnold reports on what the merger would mean for the airline industry.
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United, Continental shareholders vote

Sep 17, 2010
Shareholders of United and Continental Airlines will vote on the airlines' proposed merger. Reporter Nancy Marshall Genzer talks with Bill Radke about why these two airlines want to merge and how effective these types of mergers are.
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WTO to rule on illegal Boeing subsidies

Sep 15, 2010
The World Trade Organization is set to rule on a complaint against aircraft maker Boeing. The charge is that the U.S. government is illegally subsidizing the company and placing its rival, Airbus, at an unfair disadvantage. Europe correspondent Stephen Beard talks the details with Steve Chiotakis.
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Trade groups wants lax plane CO2 rules

Sep 14, 2010
At a United Nations conference on aviation later this month, U.S. trade groups will propose a global standard for airline carbon emissions. They hope that helps sidestep tougher standards from European Union. Eve Troeh reports.
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British Airways eyes more mergers

Sep 6, 2010
British Airways says it plans to go on a merger binge. London bureau chief Stephen Beard talks with Jeremy Hobson about what carriers BA has its eye on and whether the airliner can afford to do this right now.
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Stop reading your Facebook at work

Aug 26, 2010
California has passed legislation to set up a new market exchange for health insurance. It could be a model for other states to follow. The boa...
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Would you want a "families-only" section on airplanes?

Aug 26, 2010
Ever been on a plane and had to sit near a screaming baby or rambunctious kids? Yeah, not fun. But have you ever wished families would just have...
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