• January 10, 2000  

    AOL agreed to buy Time Warner, creating the largest company merger in history. Four experts discuss the new company and how it affects the media business. Continue reading

  • January 7, 2000  

    How private is the e-mail you send at work? Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports on who could be lurking in your inbox. Continue reading

  • January 5, 2000  

    Gwen Ifill explores the seemingly smooth transition from 1999 to 2000. Continue reading

  • July 7, 1999  

    One of the Internet’s fastest growing retailers ever has been bookseller But now, Jeffrey Bezos, the company’s CEO, and many other e-entrepreneurs are expanding the Amazon model to other product lines. Paul Solman reports on how this is changing business. Continue reading

  • May 24, 1999  

    Jan Crawford Greenburg, national legal affairs correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, discusses the Supreme Court’s rulings on media ride-alongs and sexual harassment at schools. Continue reading

  • April 30, 1999  

    According to law enforcement officials, live television coverage of police emergencies may run the risk of compromising the safety of those at the scene. Media correspondent Terence Smith takes a look at what some police departments and media outlets are doing to minimize the danger. Continue reading

  • April 3, 1999   BY  

    Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft violated federal antitrust laws by using its power to stifle competition and hurt consumers. Continue reading

  • April 1, 1999   BY  

    Talks between the Department of Justice and Microsoft broke down over the weekend. The following is a statement released April 1 by U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Richard Posner in Chicago, the talks’ mediator. Continue reading

  • February 25, 1999  

    Nicole Pope, correspondent for French newspaper, Le Monde, and co-author of a new book, Turkey Unveiled: A History Of Modern Turkey, discusses the Kurds and the situation in Turkey. Continue reading

  • January 4, 1999  

    Senators are wrestling with a proposal for a shortened impeachment trial. Margaret Warner talks with Republican Senators Arlen Specter and Robert Bennett, and Democratic Senators Joseph Lieberman and John Breaux about their options. Continue reading