The latest GDP numbers came out today boasting healthy growth in Q3. And then the Fed's Beige Book showed moderate economic growth. So maybe those slumping housing and auto sales numbers don't mean so much after all?
The largest-ever U.S. trade delegation is in India this week looking for opportunities in world's second-fastest growing economy. New to the game: nuclear power and defense industry companies. Miranda Kennedy reports.
Despite dire predictions, there hasn't been a major hurricane in the U.S. this year. That's good news for folks in Florida and along the Gulf Coast — and even better news for insurers. Dan Grech reports.
The U.S. wants to ban a laundry list of luxury items from North Korea. Apparently, the administration is hoping Kim Jong Il won't be able to live without his iPod and jet ski. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Pfizer has announced that it will slash 20 percent of its workforce. The company's plagued by an industry-wide problem, as drug reps find it harder and harder to get face time with doctors. Helen Palmer reports.
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