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Food from cloned animals poses no risk, so warning labels aren't justified, according to the FDA. Still, consumers don't seem to have an appetite for it. Helen Palmer reports.
Whether Steve Jobs was in on Apple's stock options scandal has yet to be determined. But as Janet Babin reports, it may not matter to the company's profits.
As we saw this week in Taiwan, damage to a few small cables can knock large regions off the Internet. Could that happen in the U.S.? Host Bob Moon talks with communications consultant Frank Dzubeck.
Just as Napster shook up the recording industry several years ago, YouTube is giving TV and the movie biz a clearer picture of online video's future. Host Bob Moon talks with Lisa Napoli about how what's old is new again.
It's been an especially bountiful bonus season on Wall Street, with record year-end payouts to the brokers and bankers. And as Amy Scott reports, there are other folks waiting to share the wealth.
United is considering stripping away services that passengers now take for granted. Travel commentator Christopher Elliott says charging people extra to check their bags will only leave the airline exposed.