Segments From this episode
Apple will officially introduce the iPhone in China on Friday, tapping into a potential market of half a billion people. Why has it taken so long for the iPhone to be sold in the country where it's produced? Scott Tong rips open one to find out.
Sales of new homes dropped unexpectedly last month, the first decline since March. Some experts say the impending expiration of the $8,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit is the reason for the surprise decline. John Dimsdale reports.
The government's expected to announce that U.S. Gross Domestic Product grew more than 3 percent in the third quarter. If those estimates hold up, economists say the recession has technically ended. But does GDP really matter? Rico Gagliano reports.
No matter who wins the World Series, bat maker Jack Marucci will make a profit, thanks to viewers seeing his logo when they watch the game on high definition television. Sally Herships reports.
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