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Fiery Train Crash Will Leave Big Impact on the Small Canadian Community…
Over the past 30 years, China has quadrupled its meat consumption. The nation's increasing appetite for pork has led a Chinese company to bid to buy American pork producer Smithfield Farms. Judy Woodruff talks to economists Steve Meyer and Thilo…
SpaceX Blasts Into 'Uncharted Territory,' Hoping to Make Space Cheaper…
With the space shuttle era now over and U.S. space flight on the verge of going private for the near future, the company behind the so-called SpaceX project has ambitious plans to make space flight cheaper for cargo and for…
Facebook, the world's leading social media service, filed papers with the SEC Wednesday to raise $5 billion and take the company public. Jeffrey Brown discusses its business model, its growth potential and some interesting revelations in the IPO paperwork with…
The Kauffman Foundation, which studies entrepreneurship, recently found that startups create about 3 million new jobs a year. Hari Sreenivasan reports on efforts to nurture promising companies and bring them to market faster.
Did the Obama administration inappropriately push along financial help for a now-bankrupt solar-panel company? Ray Suarez speaks with The Washington Post's Carol Leonnig about the details of the administration's public embrace of Solyndra, which is now the focus of a…
Two bills focused on oil company tax breaks, deep-sea drilling and reducing rising gas prices have reignited energy policy debates on Capitol Hill. Congressional correspondent Kwame Holman reports on the political fight over prices at the pump.
Jeffrey Brown profiles how a leading dance company and a small western city are learning to move together through an unexpected partnership.
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