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By Rob Harris, Associated Press
Nearly 40 percent of Americans have signed a noncompete agreement. But do employees always know what they’ve signed and what it means for future employment prospects?…
By Duarte Geraldino
Apple Supplier Foxconn Pledges Better Working Conditions, but Will it Deliver?…
Financial documents, released under pressure, dominated the Republican presidential campaign Tuesday. Hours after Newt Gingrich released a disputed Freddie Mac employment contract, rival Mitt Romney released two years of income tax returns. Jeffrey Brown reports. Then, Judy Woodruff and guests…
In his ongoing look at efforts to turn around ailing schools in New Orleans and Washington, D.C. John Merrow reports on the use of alternative school programs in Louisiana and progress on negotiations between a teachers union and public schools…
Robert Frank: Why has Apple restricted its popular iPhone to just a single wireless network in both the United States and the United Kingdom? Apple was shrewd to take this step. When it first hit the market in the…
Editor’s note: Paul Solman sat down today with United Auto Workers chief Ron Gettelfinger for a wide-ranging interview about the future of the GM, how the union may fare in any reorganization deal, and how Gettelfinger responds to critics who…
Kwame Holman recaps the day's economic news, including President Barack Obama's new campaign against wasteful government spending and reactions to a plan for massive new spending on the economy.
Congressional investigators sided with Boeing Wednesday in a dispute over the awarding of a $35 billion Air Force tanker contract to competitor Northrup Grumman. A reporter discusses the decision.
Aircraft companies Boeing and Northrop Grumman are locked in a battle for an air tanker contract from the U.S. Air Force. The fight has stretched from courtrooms to Capitol Hill, as legislators representing the companies' respective districts join the fray.
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