Spencer Michels reports with an update on the impact of shutting down West Coast docks.
Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson announced Wednesday that multiple fraud charges have been filed against former Enron chief financial officer Andrew Fastow in connection with last year's billion dollar collapse of the energy giant.
Nearly 300 U.S. agribusinesses, farmers and farm state lawmakers visited Cuba over the weekend for the first U.S. trade show on the Caribbean island in four decades, racking up sales of at least $66 million in cash, Cuba's food import…
WorldCom Inc.'s former controller pleaded guilty to securities fraud, saying he was executing the orders of "senior management" in falsifying records, a misstep that helped create one of the biggest accounting scandals in U.S. history.
Federal Reserve officials decided to leave a key interest rate unchanged Tuesday as the nation's economic recovery struggles against an erratic stock market and growing anxiety over a war with Iraq.
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…
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