Twenty-four employees of France Telecom have killed themselves in the past year-and-a-half. Some blame the restructuring of the previously state-owned company for a poisonous atmosphere. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Entrepreneurship is no longer a dirty word in China. Select businessmen, and a handful of women are now held up as powerful icons. Ole Schell traveled to the city of Weifang to profile an up-and-coming lingerie baron.
Pakistan's stock market ended 7 percent lower on the week as cautious investors sold amid continued militant attacks across the country. The World's Katy Clark looks at the economic impact of the fight against terrorism in Pakistan.
After dropping out of school as a teenager because of poverty and drought William Kamkwamba built a windmill out of discarded materials in his village. Kamkwamba tells anchor Marco Werman how the windmill brought electricity to his tiny village in Malawi.
Scientists say global climate change is responsible for the spread of massive blobs of floating marine mucus. The blobs are harmful to humans and sea life. And they're taking a toll on Italy's tourism economy. The World's Marina Giovannelli reports.
India's Prime Minister arrives in Washington tomorrow. Manmohan Singh's appearance will constitute the first state visit of the Obama presidency. It comes at a delicate time. We speak with Sumit Ganguly, a professor at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Lebanon has a burgeoning movement known as ï¿½slow food.ï¿½ Its proponents want to ensure that Lebanese don't lose their food traditions. The World's Aaron Schachter reports, the country seems an unlikely spot for a slow food movement.