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Today, the NBA champion L.A. Lakers play the Cleveland Cavaliers, which means a showdown between Kobe Bryant and Lebron James. That's given one company a chance to revive marketing that didn't work the first time. Nancy Farghalli reports.
Harvard business professor Nancy Koehn has a unique perspective on the past year's financial crisis. She's compiled a book, "The Story of American Business," containing New York Times stories and editorials from the last 150 years. She talks with Bill Radke.
The city of St. Louis is putting $1 billion into an effort to make its airport a hub for goods coming from China. If the plan works, it could give the city something it hasn't had in decades -- a stake in the global economy. Adam Allington reports.
On a lark, the general manager of the Rancho Bernardo Inn near San Diego thought he'd try to attract more business to the four-star resort by tweeting an offer for a $19 room. Reporter Cash Peters checked in to check it out.