Segments From this episode
Doug Edwards discusses his new book, "I'm Feeling Lucky," what it was like to do brand management for Google in 1999, and whether the search giant is too successful.
A Republican proposal for an amendment requiring the U.S. government to balance its budget won't pass Congress. But it's worth looking at why the government doesn't have that requirement.
Weather reports tell you how fast the wind might be -- but not when or how long. A U.S. agency will collect more data on winds so wind-power generators can plan better.
Despite the threat of a potential government default, U.S. Treasury bond prices are firm. Why are investors seemingly calm?
Universal Studios' new owner cites high cost of the movies. But does it make sense to shut down a movie when names like Ron Howard and Javier Bardem are attached?
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