The Senate Thursday defeated an amendment aimed at delaying oil and gas drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Continue reading →
Executives at Dow Jones & Co., the publisher of The Wall St. Journal, announced Thursday that slumping advertising revenues have prompted another round of layoffs. Continue reading →
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW in Chicago reports on a new travel Web site owned by five major airlines that promises lower online fares. Continue reading →
Interior Secretary Gale Norton announced yesterday plans to open 1.47 million acres of the eastern Gulf of Mexico to oil and natural gas exploration. Continue reading →
The European Union blocks a proposed merger between two major aerospace companies, General Electric and Honeywell. Continue reading →
Tom Bearden looks at pressure on retailers to sell recycled consumer products. Continue reading →
A federal appeals court cited the behavior of the presiding judge as a key factor in reversing the penalty imposed on the software giant for alleged violations of antitrust law. Continue reading →
A panel discusses a federal appeals court’s decision to reverse the Microsoft breakup. Continue reading →
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the Supreme Court decisions on tobacco advertising, immigration and property rights. Continue reading →
Michael Zielenziger of Knight-Ridder Newspapers talks about politics and the economy in Japan. Continue reading →
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