A British company discovered massive oil reserves off Ghana's coast last year. The prospect of greater prosperity has excited many Ghanaians. But others fear the new wealth will bring new problems. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Marco Werman hears about the very loud dust-up that occurred today over Gaza at the World Economic Forum in Davos from, editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy Magazine. This is Naim's 20th consecutive year attending Davos.
French pickles known as "cornichons" are quintessentially French. But these days, most of the cucumbers for cornichons come from India. And that's giving the French an identity crisis, as Anita Elash reports.
General Motors and Chrysler produce nearly a quarter of their North American vehicles in Ontario. So they're asking Canadian taxpayers to pitch in almost a quarter of the money that the companies say they need to stay afloat. Jason Margolis has more.
Stocks fell in many international markets today -- with Asian markets particularly hard-hit. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's fueling the crisis in Asia from Robert Flint, news editor with Dow-Jones Newswires in New York.
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Anders Borg, Sweden's Finance Minister, about his government's decision to limit pay for managers working at state-owned companies. No more big bonuses for executives -- now they'll get a fixed wage.