Jun 19, 2006

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Nissan downsizing US headquarters

Jun 19, 2006
Nissan North America opens its new headquarters today in Tennessee with 300 fewer jobs than it had at its old headquarters in Los Angeles. What else will it lose in the move? Janet Babin reports.

World Urban Forum

Jun 19, 2006
A five-day UN conference opens today in Vancouver to examine how rapid global urbanization over the next several years is likely to impact cities and their economies. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.

Sloan Sessions: Read the fine print

Jun 19, 2006
Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan and host Tess Vigeland discuss the fine print that allows Citigroup to keep the cash rewards earned by customers of a defunct credit card.
Allan Sloan

Karmazin is Sirius about satellite radio

Jun 19, 2006
After running CBS and Viacom, Mel Karmazin now heads up Sirius Satellite Radio. He tells Kai Ryssdal that he expects radio via satellite to one day be as common as cable TV. Another in our "Conversations From the Corner Office" series.

Stonyfield goes continental

Jun 19, 2006
America's No. 1 organic yogurt launches in Europe today. But is the average Jacques going to pay the premium price? Sam Eaton takes a look.

$30 billion telecom deal

Jun 19, 2006
Two of the world's biggest telecom equipment makers — Nokia of Finland and Siemens of Germany — are merging some manufacturing operations in a deal worth more than $30 billion. Stephen Beard reports.

Registered traveler program debuts

Jun 19, 2006
The government's two-tiered airport security program officially launches Tuesday, but frequent fliers aren't lining up for the shorter lines. Amy Scott reports.

China's automotive industry

Jun 19, 2006
Today GM's top executive in China started a new job at that country's second largest automaker. Shanghai Automotive hired Philip Murtaugh to launch the company's first export to Europe. Jocelyn Ford reports from Beijing.

Tribune Co. woes

Jun 19, 2006
The iconic publisher and broadcaster has succumbed to the same turmoil wracking the newspaper industry as a whole. Alisa Roth tells us what's next for the owner of the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC