The job market is still tough to crack as major corporations continue to slash their workforce in order to cut costs. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
Rival chain Books-a-Million in talks to buy 30-35 of Border's 399 remaining locations, Liquidation sales starting
Kim Kardashian sued Old Navy claiming their ads violated her publicity rights with ads featuring Melissa Molinaro, a model who looks like her. Ken Lombardi reports.
Mega-online retailer playing hardball against several states seeking to get websites to collect sales tax on things they sell
The deadline is nearly here for a government program that gives emergency loans to unemployed or under-employed persons facing foreclosure. Rebecca Jarvis speaks with co-author of the bill that created the program, Rep. Barney Frank (D - Mass.).
Massive online store Amazon.com is not happy about a new law in Calif. that requires online retailers to collect sales tax. John Blackstone reports.
Embroiled in UK phone hacking scandal, media mogul also faces legal, financial troubles in America
Rebecca Jarvis speaks with American Airlines president Tom Horton about the company's record aircraft purchase.
Rebecca Jarvis speaks with CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg about American Airlines' fleet overhaul.
The home construction industry boosted by trend towards apartment dwelling with elderly and youth
Business and Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis reports on the increasing price of gold and why it's such a popular investment lately.
Speculation that media giant is considering power shift amid hacking scandal is unfounded, board member says
40-year-old bookstore chain, a book business pioneer, to liquidate all 399 remaining stores, ending an era
Despite reform promises, mortgage industry employees still don't read documents they sign, use fake signatures, AP finds
As the final U.S. space shuttle lands for the last time, Mark Strassmann reports on the privately owned companies racing to re-launch America's manned space program.