Ray Suarez talks with Rick Dube of Webnoize and American University law professor Peter Jaszi about Tuesday’s legal decision against Napster, the online music swapping service. Continue reading →
California’s energy crisis may be the top story lately, but there is a another energy problem looming: natural gas prices have surged. Continue reading →
The Secretary of the Treasury discusses the economic slowdown and plans for a tax cut. Continue reading →
President Bush sent his $1.6 billion tax cut plan to Congress Thursday, where both larger and smaller proposals are brewing. Continue reading →
A background report on President Bush’s tax plan. Continue reading →
Four economics writers discuss President Bush’s tax plan. Continue reading →
After 128 years in business, Montgomery Wards department stores are closing for good. Continue reading →
Paul Solman reports on the advertising explosion surrounding the Superbowl. Continue reading →
Unemployment rose to 4.2 percent last January, the highest level in 16 months. Ray Suarez talks with labor experts about this economic indicator. Continue reading →
While northern California struggles with rolling blackouts, customers in Los Angeles are enjoying steady power and lower rates. Spencer Michels reports from the Golden State. Continue reading →
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