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Energy insecurity?

Jul 7, 2005
CNOOC is growing closer to purchasing Unocal, making some in Washington nervous. But commentator David Wells says that to investment bankers on Wall Street, the Chinese are potential clients.

Taking flight — or not

Jul 7, 2005
Britain is the number one travel destination for US travelers. Will the airlines take a hit if Americans rethink their travel plans? Alisa Roth reports.

The practice of medicine

Jul 7, 2005
Medical malpractice insurance rates have soared in the last few years. A new report claims to have identified the cause of rising costs: greed. Helen Palmer reports from the Marketplace Health Desk at WGBH.

But what about you?

Jul 7, 2005
Host David Brown speaks with David Low, chief economist for the financial services agency First Tennessee, about the affect of today's bombings on personal investing.

Safety on the rails

Jul 7, 2005
Marketplace's New York bureau chief Bob Moon reports on the dilemma of ensuring the safety of the nation's rail and subway systems.

Bringing home the bacon

Jul 7, 2005
Lisa Napoli talks with author Ginny Graves, whose new book looks at the social aspects of women outearning their husbands.

Reports vs. forecasts

Jul 7, 2005
Kai Ryssdal speaks with Chris Farrell about earnings reports, which start this week.

Sponsoring the G8

Jul 6, 2005
Reporter James Kirkup of <a href="http://www.scotsman.com/" target="_blank">The Scotsman</a> is outside the compound in Gleneagle. He talks with David Brown about the G8's agenda, and how it fits (or doesn't) with the meeting's sponsors.
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London 2012

Jul 6, 2005
Marketplace's Stephen Beard reports on the economic prospects for the city that was chosen today to be the site of the 2012 Olympics.

When is a mayor a hotel manager?

Jul 6, 2005
Some cities are getting into the hotel business &#151; not without their critics. Sam Eaton reports.

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