Ethan Lindsey | Jan 5, 2007
Germans were hoping their Chancellor would ask some tough questions when she met with President Bush yesterday, but the leaders stuck to topics they could work together on. Ethan Lindsey reports.
Sam Eaton | Jan 5, 2007
Bids are due today for what could become the largest solar energy project in history, but Wal-Mart is keeping quiet about its plans. Sam Eaton tells us why.
Steve Tripoli | Jan 5, 2007
Leaders of the newly-seated, Democratic-led Congress say they want to help small businesses. Steve Tripoli takes a look at what that means.
Stephen Beard | Jan 5, 2007
Air Asia, the biggest low-cost air carrier in the East, is planning to add cheap flights between Kuala Lumpur and London, but will the model stretch? Stephen Beard reports.
| Jan 5, 2007
This week Job Files takes us to meet a project manager whose job really is rocket science.
John Dimsdale and Kai Ryssdal | Jan 4, 2007
Democrats took power in Congress today. Apart from Republicans, probably nobody has been dreading the day more than business interests. Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Kai Ryssdal about the changes to come.
| Jan 4, 2007
Commentator Jeff Birnbaum says that, despite all their promises to clean up Washington, Democrats still value power over principle too.
Jeff Tyler | Jan 4, 2007
Oil prices have been dropping, thanks to some supply-and-demand at work. A goverment report shows U.S. petroleum inventories are fatter than expected. And winter in the Northeast has been milder than usual. Jeff Tyler reports.
Sam Eaton | Jan 4, 2007
Tomorrow marks one of the first major milestones in Wal-Mart's green makeover. Bids are due for a solar power project that could become the biggest in history. Sam Eaton reports.