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Terence Smith analyzes the troubled U.S. economy with three economics experts.
By Paul Solman
Did pro football, a multibillion-dollar business, become America's most popular sport by practicing non-free-market economics? Under football's non-free-market model, firms compete furiously, yet share the industry's revenues, with labor and with each other. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
Spencer Michels reports on the implications of a potential workers' strike stemming from a labor conflict between dock workers and port officials on the West Coast.
Ray Suarez talks with analysts about the pay and perks given to the former head of General Electric, Jack Welch, and other corporate CEOs .
Scott Sullivan, WorldCom's former top finance executive, pleaded innocent to charges he hid billions of dollars of the phone company's expenses as part of a scheme to artificially inflate its earnings by some $5 billion over the course of 18…
Ray Suarez discusses the uncertain state of the stock market with Jay Pelosky, a global strategist for Morgan Stanley, and Marion Asnes, senior editor at Money magazine.
A look at how the economy downturn is affecting the labor market in the United States.
The U.S. economy grew slower this spring, despite its brisk expansion earlier this year, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
Andersen Worldwide SC, the umbrella company of convicted auditing firm Arthur Andersen LLP, agreed to pay $40 million to settle lawsuits filed by Enron Corp. shareholders and employees.
The Commerce Department reported Tuesday that orders to U.S. factories for big-ticket items increased in July, while a Conference Board report said consumers' confidence in the economy dipped in August to its lowest level since November.
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