Andrea Gardner is a journalism professor and writer in Pasadena, Calif.
VW's first post-Beetle model makes a comeback. Will it hit the ground running in the affordable car market? Andrea Gardner reports.
Looks like all that post-Enron fuss really has made a difference at the top. A new study out today suggests CEO compensation is down. Andrea Gardner reports
A Japanese convenience store chain aims to give 7-Eleven a run for its Slurpee. Andrea Gardner reports.
The world's largest retailer looks to lure shoppers away from Target with a new type of store it's opened in Plano, Texas. There's even a sushi bar. Andrea Gardner reports.
Andrea Gardner reports on Famima, a Japanese company that's out to give the mini-mart a makeover.
Looking to cash in on the growing market for energy drinks, Coca Cola is relaunching the Tab brand as a liquid power boost for women. Andrea Gardner reports.
The advertising outlook for 2006 is rosy, thanks largely to the Turin Winter Olympics and the mid-term Congressional elections. Andrea Gardner has more.
The super rich are expected to spend more this holiday season than last. Can one household really spend $29,000 on shoes and handbags? Andrea Gardner finds out.
Now that all the turkey's gone, many are hoping to shed the extra pounds it left behind by joining a gym. Andrea Gardner reports.