The California Public Utilities Commission votes to raise electricity rates while millions of Californians face severe power shortages.
Economists discuss the Federal Reserve's surprise decision to cut a key interest rate by half a percentage point.
Paul Solman discovers a new breed of philanthropist.
Tough times continue in the world of Internet news as the popular online news magazine Salon.com dropped 20 percent of its staff yesterday. The job cuts came along with a slashed operating budget. Also: APB News hangs on, despite fiscal…
George W. Bush has tapped his boyhood friend and campaign manager to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Commerce.
Citing his experience both in the Office of Management and Budget and the private sector, George W. Bush has tapped Alcoa chairman Paul O'Neill to serve as the next Secretary of the Treasury.
The Federal Trade Commission today unanimously approved a planned merger of America Online and Time Warner -- the largest merger in U.S. history.
The strike against Seattle's two daily newspapers continues. Workers resumed a boycott campaign Sunday after contract talks collapsed.
Striking workers at Seattle's two daily papers have taken their labor fight to the streets -- and to the Web.
The Tribune Company Wednesday laid off 34 employees from its Interactive department, including 20 at news site LATimes.com, the online home of the Los Angeles Times.
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