How do you cope when part of your job is telling other people they've lost theirs? Dozens of human resource workers are turning to a Minnesota company that allows them to commiserate. Sean Cole reports.
November's unemployment figures overall were positive, with the jobless rate dropping two percentage points to 10%. However, the number of people who have been looking for work for more than six months is increasing. Mitchell Hartman reports.
As President Obama convened his "jobs summit" with business and labor leaders there was plenty of news about the conundrum he's facing -- a decline in the service sector and retail sales. So Bob Moon asked economic experts how we might jump-start the economy.
Just as when it lowered prices on books and DVD's, Wal-Mart's decision to cut video game prices by $10 has led to a big drop in the stock prices of competing retailers. With that much power, can Wal-Mart cause deflation? Jeremy Hobson reports.
Only three banks have opened in the third quarter this year, the fewest since World War II. Bill Hawkins, CEO of one of those banks, talks with Tess Vigeland about how hard it is to open up in this environment.
Today the government revised the gross domestic product downward. What does that mean for economic growth? Stacey Vanek-Smith talks to Chris Low from FTN Financial, and Steve Chiotakis talks to Juli Niemann from Smith, Moore and Company.