Nov 26, 2007

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HSBC looks to plug losses in 2 SIVs

Nov 26, 2007
Europe's largest bank, HSBC, is going to rescue two of its structured investment vehicles, or SIVs, that have taken a beating from recent woes in the mortgage and credit markets. It'll cost HSBC $35 billion to make things right. Amy…

Casino workers cast their lot with UAW

Nov 26, 2007
About 3,000 dealers at the Foxwoods casino in Connecticut, the nation's largest, have voted to sign up for union cards with the United Auto Workers. It's the first union to break into a tribal casino. Alisa Roth reports.

FCC set to debate TV-service delivery

Nov 26, 2007
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin wants more competition for the cable TV industry -- from satellite television outfits and phone companies. But other members of the commission don't agree. John Dimsdale reports.

Russia's growth, power running on oil

Nov 26, 2007
Russian President Vladimir Putin has parlayed Russia's huge energy resources into a powerful political tool. Portfolio magazine's James Verini has written about what lies ahead for Russia and its largest energy project, Sakhalin II. He talks with Kai Ryssdal.

Cool the globalization rhetoric

Nov 26, 2007
Globalization is turning into a hot-button issue for both Democratic and Republican presidential candidates. But commentator Paul Krugman says its effects on the U.S. economy are overblown.

If peace doesn't work, there's plan B

Nov 26, 2007
Peace may be the most elusive commodity in Israel and the Palestinian territories. Daniel Estrin reports some Israelis have decided violence makes it worth paying for a plan to get out.

Managing a triple bottom line

Nov 26, 2007
Some people use their businesses to help fix what needs fixing. In the first of a series, Steve Tripoli reports on a Boston woman who's spent years fine-tuning the balance between her company's business and social goals.

Voice of London's 'tube' fired for remark

Nov 26, 2007
Emma Clarke, whose voice calmly prompts Underground riders to "mind the gap" reportedly called the transportation system "dreadful."