The Florida pastor who caused a global uproar over plans to burn Qurans on the 9/11 anniversary suspended those plans and is seeking a deal to move a planned Islamic center in New York. Ray Suarez gets two takes on…
Robert Mnookin, author of "Bargaining with the Devil," speaks with economics correspondent Paul Solman about the rewards and challenges of negotiations.
Lawyers for Congressman Charles Rangel and the House ethics committee are working on a possible settlement of 13 alleged ethics violations facing the New York Democrat, including charges of tax evasion and inappropriate use of financial donations. Kwame Holman and…
By Talea Miller
Representatives from 192 nations are converging on Copenhagen Monday for the opening day of the two-week United Nations Climate Change Conference, where the next steps are expected to be hashed out towards an international emissions agreement.
Officials from the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve pressed Bank of America into purchasing Merrill Lynch last year, the bank's chief executive Ken Lewis told a House committee. Spencer Michels reports on the hearing.
As a bankruptcy deadline looms for General Motors, major bondholders agreed to a deal that offers them a 25 percent stake in the company if they drop opposition to the company's reorganization plan. A reporter explains the negotiations.
By PBS NewsHour
The largest U.S. beer maker and American icon, Anheuser-Busch, accepted a $52 billion cash takeover offer from rival Belgium-based brewer InBev late Sunday after a month-long standoff.
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