The World Bank and International Monetary Fund will discuss implementing G-20 decisions this weekend. Steve Chiotakis talks to Angel Gurria, Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, who will be at the meeting.
This weekend, the World Bank and IMF will discuss how to protect the world's poorest people from the economic fallout. Many countries are already on the hook for $500 billion from a decision made at the G-20. Tamara Keith reports.
Chrysler has reportedly told its creditors it will need to file for bankruptcy whether or not it can win concessions from them and the United Autoworkers. But the Fiat deal would still be on. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The bad economy has allowed many couples to scale back on grandiose wedding costs, and that means focusing on what they really want. Ashley Milne-Tyte spoke to one couple who decided to do things camp-style.
California law requires utility companies to get a fifth of their electricity from renewable sources by 2012. So Pacific Gas and Electric is getting creative with satellite technology. Jennifer Collins reports.
Treasury officials say that no one can "fail" the banking stress tests, but banks that get a "low pass" may have to explain how they'll boost their balance sheets. Mitchell Hartman reports how results might stress out the markets.
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