Tess Vigeland | Jun 29, 2006
The NBA held its annual draft last night. For the first time in years, it excluded high school students, and some sports critics described the draft as more of swap meet. Host Tess Vigeland talks to sports analyst Diana Nyad.
| Jun 29, 2006
If you long to work with wild animals, well, there just aren't many places to learn that trade. But a college in Moorpark, California could be just the ticket. Marketplace contributor Cash Peters checked it out.
Scott Jagow | Jun 29, 2006
Personal finance expert Chris Farrell and host Scott Jagow discuss the likely impact of today's Federal Reserve meeting.
Dan Grech | Jun 29, 2006
Mexicans go to the polls this weekend to elect a new president. Dan Grech looks at what's at stake economically.
Stephen Beard | Jun 29, 2006
US regulators have filed a lawsuit against British oil giant BP. They're charging it with manipulating the price of propane, saying it artificially drove up the cost of heating and cooking oil for millions of Americans. Stephen Beard reports.
Stephen Beard and Scott Jagow | Jun 29, 2006
What's in store for the British oil company? Host Scott Jagow talks with Marketplace European correspondent Stephen Beard about this and other scandals plaguing BP.
Helen Palmer | Jun 29, 2006
The Food and Drug Administration is said to be close to lifting the 14-year ban on silicone breast implants. Cosmetic surgeons — and some of their patients — can hardly wait. Helen Palmer reports.
Ashley Milne-Tyte | Jun 29, 2006
Today is high noon for the Federal Reserve and its long-awaited next move in US monetary policy. Ashley Milne-Tyte has this preview.
Janet Babin | Jun 29, 2006
Lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation today to clamp down on the mostly unregulated hedge fund industry. But those hoping for a shorter leash shouldn't hold their breath, Janet Babin reports.