Scoop: 60 MINUTES on CNBC - Tuesday, January 22, 2013
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"Stem Cell Fraud" - Stem Cells are thought to be the link to cures for many incurable diseases. Now they are available for purchase on the internet, which creates a troubling development: the sale of fake stem cells. While patients are offered false cells and false hope, medical conmen profit from their suffering.
"Resurrecting Chrysler" - Hear Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and Chrysler, speak about this groundbreaking decision in his own words. The year is 2008 and Chrysler is on the verge of a complete meltdown with no plan of salvation. In a last ditch effort to survive, Chrysler partners with Fiat, but has this partnership truly resurrected the U.S. automaker from the ashes?
"The Most Expensive Food in the World" - How does a $3,600 fungi sound? The rare truffle is worth its weight in gold, but not all consumers want to pay the price. Harvests are down in Europe and a new influx of cheap, Chinese truffles threaten the market and the future of the truffle trade.