Russia's president arrived in Beijing today, and the countries signed 15 agreements. One might lead to Russia selling electricity to energy-hungry China. And that could be just the beginning. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Wal-Mart may be the biggest retailer in the world, but it doesn't even make the top 30 in China, where local stores dominate the market. That could change, if the Bentonville behemoth has its way. Patrick Hirsch reports.
The British government spends more than $350 million annually on advertising. That makes it the third-largest advertiser in the United Kingdom. Why does a government have to spend so much on ads? Stephen Beard reports.
French lawmakers are considering a bill that seriously threatens the iPod's future in that country. Right now, you can only download music from iTunes to your iPod. And that's what the French don't like. Kyle James reports.
President Bush meets today with NATO's secretary-general. The discussions come amid calls for NATO to further involve itself in the civil war in Sudan. Tess Vigeland looks at the debate over its post-Cold War role.