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Who cares what the outside of your PC looks like as long as it's got a fast chip inside, right? Well, no. Ethan Lindsey found some people for whom looks — with a fine veneer — matter.
The photo and film company, which was late getting to the digital party, has unveiled a new breed of printers in an attempt to capture some of the market dominated by Hewlett Packard. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
A House committee drilled Paul Bremer on $12 billion in Iraq reconstruction money his agency handed out that's unaccounted for. Congressmen also took the opportunity to voice frustrations with Bush administration policies. Eric Niiler reports.
The discount giant is getting into the online movie business, offering downloads for less than the competition. But, as Pat Loeb reports, that doesn't necessarily mean it'll be a hit.
Peer-to-peer lending sites are becoming a popular alternative for people who need a loan but have less-than-stellar credit. Amy Scott talks to borrowers and lenders on Prosper.com.
The Securities and Exchange Commission confirmed it's looking into allegations of insider trading by hedge funds and other clients of Wall Street brokerage houses. John Dimsdale has more.