Marketplace AM for November 14, 2006
Nov 14, 2006

Marketplace AM for November 14, 2006

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Got cell phone envy?

Nov 14, 2006
Nokia begins selling its new TV phone in Asia soon, but it won't be available in the U.S. — at least not for the foreseeable future. Janet Babin looks at why we're always lagging behind in mobile technology.

Gutierrez warns China of American backlash

Nov 14, 2006
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez this morning urged business leaders in Beijing to do more to crackdown on piracy and intellectual property theft. Ruth Kirchner reports.

Bush and the Big Three

Nov 14, 2006
After numerous delays, President Bush sits down with U.S. automakers today to discuss ways to make them more competitive. John Dimsdale reports.

Yukon salmon in trouble

Nov 14, 2006
Sam Eaton reports from Alaska's Yukon River where climate change is threatening the lucrative salmon fishing industry.

The Colonel gets a makeover

Nov 14, 2006
KFC is changing its brand image for first time in a decade, only the fourth time in 50 years. Bob Moon reports.

Already losing support in Congress?

Nov 14, 2006
President Bush was hoping to deliver news of a deal for permanent normal trade relations with Vietnam, but the measure didn't pass the House. Could be a sign of things to come in Washington, Hillary Wicai reports.

Growing India's air travel market

Nov 14, 2006
The head of the FAA is in India this week hoping to help make that country's airports safer. Miranda Kennedy tells us what's in it for the U.S.

Zune is here

Nov 14, 2006
Microsoft's Zune MP3 player goes on sale today. Stacey Vanek-Smith looks at the marketing challenge the company faces going up against iPod's pop culture juggernaut.
The new Zune digital media player
Microsoft

Partitioning Iraq won't work

Nov 14, 2006
Commentator Reza Aslan says proposals to partition Iraq into three distinct states are a recipe for more turmoil.

Asking for a wider share of sales

Nov 14, 2006
Disharmony has broken out among former members of the British group Procol Harum. They're in court arguing over royalties for their biggest hit. Stephen Beard reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Senior Producer, BBC