Segments From this episode
Kraft Foods' offer for candy maker Cadbury has hit a roadblock: Warren Buffett's company has voted against the bid. Jeremy Hobson reports this deal may be more evidence that not every merger is a match made in heaven.
ESPN is going to launch a new 3-D channel. With 3-D movies like "Avatar" busting out at the box office, will we all need new TVs and set-top boxes to watch? Mitchell Hartman reports.
The winter cold snap is expected to increase U.S. heating demand, which is giving oil prices a bump. But it's not just oil the weather's affecting. Sam Eaton reports.
Miguel Helft, technology reporter for The New York Times, talks with Kai Ryssdal about what Google wants to achieve with its new phone and how it might affect the mobile ad market.
The U.S. Postal Service is rethinking the way it does business after losing $3.8 billion last fiscal year. Molly Messick reports the postal service's mission is part of what makes it so hard to meet budget.
Airline executives are watching the government's reaction to the alleged Christmas Day terror attack in Detroit. John Dimsdale reports they know extra security hassles can affect their bottom line.
Closed doors in Europe and America are pushing Africans to find new destinations, including South America. But what they find in Buenos Aires is not always what they expect. Ian Mount reports.
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