The Memorial Day weekend is when many public swimming pools open up for the unofficial start of summer. But several pools may remain closed for part of the season due to a new law. Lisa Napoli reports.
American Apparel has agreed to pay Woody Allen $5 million to settle a lawsuit. The filmmaker sued the retailer for suing his image without permission. Sally Herships reports on whether this is hurting or helping the company's business.
Former Madoff investors continue to try recouping some of the billions they fed into the Ponzi scheme. Kai Ryssdal talks to Frontline correspondent Martin Smith, who looks into the "feeders" of the Madoff Affair.
The European Commission is accusing Intel of offering computer manufacturers illegal rebates. If the company is found guilty, it could face the largest anti-trust fine ever levied in Europe. Stephen Beard reports.
This week, the Supreme Court made a ruling on aggravated identity theft about the use of Social Security Numbers that has business columnist David Lazarus a little "cheesed off." He lets off some steam with Bill Radke.
Sicilian magistrates are investigating mafia ties to poorly-constructed wind farms in Italy. Concern about climate change is unlikely to be the gangsters' main motivation for investing in wind power. Stephen Beard reports.