Congress closes a campaign finance loophole. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading →
Industry and policy analysts discuss the nation’s skyrocketing gasoline prices, which are currently highest in the Midwest. Continue reading →
The battle continues between the music industry and its fans over Internet sites that allow users to download CD-quality music for free. Spencer Michels reports. Continue reading →
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks about the Justice Department’s ruling in the Microsoft antitrust case and where the software giant will go from here. Continue reading →
Although a recent study showed Internet employment is on the rise, several cash-strapped media sites on the Web are slashing jobs. Continue reading →
A newsmaker interview with Joel Klein, the assistant attorney general who heads the Justice Department’s antitrust division. Continue reading →
Both sides in the Microsoft antitrust case have claimed to be fighting on behalf of innovation in the fast-changing technology and information field. Continue reading →
The Microsoft anti-trust case appears headed for the Supreme Court, just moments after U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson today ordered the software giant to split into two companies. Continue reading →
Reactions to the Microsoft decision. Continue reading →
A federal judge orders software giant Microsoft be broken up in accordance with an antitrust ruling. Jim Lehrer leads a discussion on the ramifications of the breakup. Continue reading →
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