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Sep 8, 2006

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'Ring Me Up, Scotty'

Sep 8, 2006
Forty years after its debut, the Star Trek TV series is still generating a universe of revenue possibilities. Amy Scott reports.

Auctioning off the airwaves

Sep 8, 2006
A federal auction to license additional cellphone spectrum is expected to wrap up today. Stacey Vanek Smith tells us who the likely winner will be.

Oil prices going down — for now

Sep 8, 2006
Crude oil prices fell in Asia earlier today. That followed reports showing strong U.S. gas inventories. The resumption of some oil production in Nigeria is also influencing the slide in prices. So what lies ahead for oil? Stephen Beard reports.

Trying to get every passenger on the list

Sep 8, 2006
The U.S. and Europe are working on a deal for sharing passenger lists for transatlantic flights to aid in antiterrorism efforts. Dan Grech reports.

The return of Dylan

Sep 8, 2006
The counterculture bard reclaims the top of the charts after a 30-year absence. Lisa Napoli reports.

Liberty bonds not for all

Sep 8, 2006
Post 9/11 redevelopment watchdog Bettina Damiani talks with host Scott Jagow about who is and isn't benefiting from the federal Liberty Bonds program.

9/11's impact on aviation industry

Sep 8, 2006
Aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia discusses how the the airline industry has changed in the five years since the Sept. 11 attacks.

Federated grows Macy's brand

Sep 8, 2006
The department store chain is converting venerated brands like Marshall Field's and Filene's to the Macy's nameplate on Saturday. And some customers are protesting. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Which way for the Fed?

Sep 8, 2006
Mixed economic signals could give Federal Reserve Board members a headache when trying to decide what's next for interest rates. Sarah Gardner reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC