The good news was the deficit is shrinking, but some think it's bad news and the deficit is shrinking “too” fast. How can that be? On television, the sitcom "The Office" ends this week. What happens at the end of a show's life and how can it live on? Overseas, France just entered a double dip recession which goes to show Europe is still struggling to find the fix for its economic woes.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld published his memoir, “Known and Unknown” in 2011. His latest book, “Rumsfeld’s Rules” suggests he still has lessons to share after a lifetime in politics and business.
Coming up on this evening's broadcast: Comcast is moving its NBC Sports Network to Connecticut, which might ring a bell because that’s the home of ESPN. Connecticut has been very aggressive with tax breaks to lure big businesses -- and it’s working.
This weekend on Marketplace Money -- debt. It's the stuff of nightmares. It can destroy your marriage, your health, even your life. But it also keeps a roof over the head of many homeowners and allows millions to get a college education. Tune in for advice on how to cope with your debt problems.