Posted In: Internet
With so many new platforms -- Kindles, iPads and smartphones -- publishers are facing a whole new discussion about how to charge for content. The New Yorker said it's planning to offer a flat-rate subscription for its content across all platforms. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Housing
Over the weekend, Spain bailed out a small savings bank. The IMF says Spain is doing OK, but still needs to make big reforms. Meanwhile, the head of the European Commission told Germany its proposals for solving the crisis are naive. So far, the U.S. has been mostly unscathed by the crisis in Europe, but there are places where we're feeling it. Alisa Roth reports.
The head of Massey Energy, the company that runs the mine where 29 people died in an explosion last month, will testify before Congress. Alisa Roth reports you shouldn't expect coal to disappear anytime soon.
Posted In: Auto
GM posted its first quarterly profits since 2007. Meanwhile, Chrysler paid back some of its loan to taxpayers. But the government says it still expects to lose money on the deal. Read highlights of the interview between Alisa Roth and Steve Chiotakis.
Marketplace's Alisa Roth reports on whether the U.S. has good reason to be worried about China's economy given the recent volatility in its markets.
European officials approved a $975 billion rescue package to buy debt that made investors euphoric on Monday morning. But reality has set in, and investors are running from the continent. Alisa Roth reports.