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A senior central banker from Britain has criticized the way the US Federal Reserve measures inflation. He says it's a mistake to strip the price of energy out of the inflation figures. Stephen Beard reports.
Ten years ago executive Richard Kinder left Enron and formed a pipeline company. Today the billionaire CEO is leading a buyout effort to take the publicly traded firm private. Scott Tong reports.
The Census Bureau will release its latest snapshot of poverty, income and health insurance tomorrow. The numbers without health insurance are expected to rise sharply. Helen Palmer reports.