- Newsmaker: Drug Makers Sue South African Government - Pharmaceutical companies have filed suit against a South African law that permits importation of new cheap, generic drugs for the treatment of AIDS. Simon Barber, of South Africa's Business Day, updates us on the precedent setting case which pits constitutionally protected right against international trade rules.
- Reporter's Notebook: A College Major in Golf - There's a growing number of golf courses across the US. In response, nine higher institutes of education are offering a degree in golf, and 1400 "Tigermania" majors are putting their way through undergraduate school. The Wall Street Journal's James Sterba updates us on this winning sports management program.
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