The housing market might be down nationwide, but in Seattle it's riding high. So the Emerald City is working hard to keep its sparkle -- it hired 25 buskers to make music in the city's open spaces. Jamala Henderson reports.
It's almost exactly like The Venetian in Las Vegas, only this one's in Macao and it's bigger -- in fact now the biggest gambling resort in the world. The Financial Times' Robin Quong tells us about the new resort's ambitions.
The Toronto Film Festival gets underway in two weeks, unofficially signaling the transition at the box office from summer blockbusters to Academy Awards hopefuls. Variety's Mike Speier tells us what that's all about.
The government-owned holding company Dubai World is going to take a minority slice of MGM Mirage's hotel and gaming enterprise for $5 billion. Dubai World's been on a buying spree of late. Lisa Napoli reports.
It used to be that Spanish-speaking singers would occasionally cross over into America's English-language charts. Now, English-speaking artists are looking to deliver their songs in Spanish. Ambar Espinoza reports.
Don't buy that new DVD player yet. Just when you thought Sony had won the hi-def home movie war and established Blu-ray as the dominant format, two major movie studios yesterday helped HD-DVD strike back. Jill Barshay has more.
Millions of people will be at house parties tonight... to watch a made-for-TV movie on the Disney Channel. That's right. It's the Mouse House sequel to the cash cow called High School Musical. Lisa Napoli does the advanced cross-promotional math.
Who'da thought slot machines would save horse racing. Tracks have been struggling to keep their gates open for a while now, but the casinozation concept is working so well, Diana Nyad predicts they'll all have slots one day soon.