Thomson Reuters launches a new Web video news service today with a business focus. The service is subscription only, and subscribers can shoot, edit and upload their own takes on the global economy. Eve Troeh reports.
Facebook recently launched its new "like" button, which lets you flag all kinds of preferences to share with friends. Commentator Farhad Manjoo explains how popularity will make these little buttons powerful.
The Federal Communications Commission reasserted its authority to regulate broadband access. That authority was questioned by a federal appeals court ruling last month. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the FCC promises not to be heavy handed.
The FCC wants more oversight of U.S. Internet carriers, which are providing service that is slower and more expensive than their counterparts abroad. Will this mean faster service right away? Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Brett Neely.
Entrepreneurs Melanie Moore and Susanne Greenfield wooed NYU's Stern School of Business with a business model for an online clothing site that focuses on the thrill of short-term auction. And Jeremy Hobson reports there's a growing trend here.
President Obama's Summit on Entrepreneurship is helping put the spotlight on U.S. economic ties with Muslim nations. As Mitchell Hartman reports, there are big opportunities for U.S. firms that work with Muslim entrepreneurs.