The president also spoke last night about his plan to fix the economy's troubles. Ray Suarez then discusses the president's economic proposals with Rep. Benjamin Cardin (D-Md. ) And Rep. Jim McCrery (R-La.).
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a 1998 law allowing copyright holders and entertainment companies to retain their rights to books, music, movies and other creative materials an additional 20 years.
Steve Case, the media chief who helped engineer the corporate marriage of AOL and Time Warner two years ago, announced Sunday he would step down as chairman of the merged corporation, saying his departure was "in the best interest of…
Experts analyze Steve Case's decision to step down as chairman of AOL Time Warner, and what it will mean for the company's future.
Lee Hochberg reports on the problems facing white collar workers in the Pacific Northwest.
Economists debate the effectiveness of President Bush's economic stimulus plan.
"I will ask members of both parties to work with me to secure our economic future. We cannot be satisfied until every part of our economy is healthy and vigorous," Mr. Bush said in a speech to the Economic Club…
President Bush revealed his $674 billion stimulus plan Tuesday, which favors huge tax cuts for inventors, to boost the nation's struggling economy. Mr. Bush's announcement follows the unveiling of the Democratic plan.
More than 100 companies have agreed voluntarily to treat stock options as an expense. Paul Solman reports.
In the last seven years alone, America's homes have increased in value by $2.6 trillion. Paul Solman investigates whether the house-buying boom will go bust.
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