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In response to poor ratings, television networks in Italy are no longer buying reality TV shows. Scott Jagow talks to Megan Williams in Rome about what made Italians lose interest.
Cell-phone maker Ericsson profits are down more than 25 percent. Kyle James looks into what's behind the company's weak sales -- and why they may actually be ahead of the mobile phone industry's earnings curve.
Citigroup earnings are down by more than half in the third quarter, its biggest decline in three years. And billions more in losses could be on the way for other financial institutions as well. Chris Farrell takes an in-depth look.
Public pension fund CalPERS is considering a plan to pay fund managers only if they perform well. If they don't beat certain benchmarks, they'll make nothing. Jeff Tyler reports.
The numbers are in for what presidential candidates pulled from fundraisers over the summer, and the Democrats raised twice the amount as the Republicans. But candidates from both parties are spending more than they're raising. Dan Grech reports.
House and Garden magazine is attempting to win readers by posing editor Dominique Browning in the window of a Crate and Barrel. Jill Barshay reports stunts like these are becoming more common for glossies.