Jan 29, 2013
A new Blackberry hopes it's good enough to reverse its maker's long slide. And the connection between Caribbean gambling and angry Hollywood execs.
Jan 28, 2013
What a construction giant tells us about the larger economy, and what happens now that unlocking your phone is illegal.
Jan 25, 2013
U.S. housing sales are the highest in three years and now's the time to stock up on stamps -- the U.S. Postal Service is increasing costs this Sunday.
Jan 24, 2013
A hunter of terrorists and mobsters takes aim at Wall Street and a look inside Hispanic broadcaster Univision in Miami.
Sep 4, 2012
Automakers are enjoying a good earning season. Analysts look to the UK for insight into Paul Ryan's proposed deficit cuts, and Hillary Clinton heads to Beijing to talk economy.
Aug 28, 2012
Housing is up, consumer confidence is down. How do you feel about the economy?
Jul 27, 2012
Filmmaker Kevin Smith discusses his new Hulu podcast, "Spoilers," and how he found success in his new career of podcasting online.
Jun 26, 2012
It's the anniversary of George H.W. Bush famous tax quote. The tiny island of Cyprus is the latest eurozone nation seeking a bailout. And News Corps is on the splits, according to The Wall Street Journal. All that and more in today's Mid-Day Update Podcast.
May 7, 2012
The French elect a socialist president, and the Greek parliament gets a shake-up. It's all in a weekend for voters in Europe who took to the polls in what turned out to be a referendum on harsh austerity measures aimed at solving Europe's financial crisis. Also on the show, Disney avenges at the box office with a superhero blockbuster, college degrees as an employment perk, and Hollywood fights for California's State Parks.
May 3, 2012
CEOs get a raise as average pay goes up 15 percent. Meanwhile, planned job cuts rose 7 percent in April, with the education sector hardest hit. The head of the European Central Bank said today that economic growth has to be central to the plan to get Europe out of its debt crisis. But a shift away from austerity will be easier said than done. Plus, Clinton and Geithner meet in China for talks; Tsunami trash headed to our Pacific shores; and older workers facing softening job market.