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Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Harvey Pitt on Thursday asked the agency's inspector general to investigate William Webster's selection to head a new audit oversight panel.
Spencer Michels updates the dock workers story.
Ray Suarez assesses Wall Street's mood swings with Gretchen Morgenson, financial writer and columnist for The New York Times.
Jeffrey Kaye looks at two companies in Southern California that are trying to prove that the garment business can make a profit without exploiting their workers.
As 29 major ports on the West Coast prepared to reopen Wednesday, workers and shipping companies faced what they said would be the unwieldy process of unloading billions of dollars worth of idle cargo.
President Bush announced Tuesday he would seek a court order to end a ten-day work stoppage at 29 West Coast ports -- a dispute he says is costing the U.S. economy as much as $1 billion a day.
President Bush obtains a court injunction to end the work stoppage at 29 West Coast ports, becoming the first president to invoke the Taft-Hartley Act in a quarter century.
Ray Suarez discusses the unexpected improvement in the unemployment rate with two economics experts.
West Coast shipping lines and striking dock workers have resumed contract talks under federal mediation, but the economic effects of the labor dispute are already being felt nationwide.
Spencer Michels reports with an update on the impact of shutting down West Coast docks.
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