Features by Bill Radke
Posted In: Retail
Amazon reported sales of digital books were much stronger this quarter than old-fashioned books, with 143 ebooks selling for every 100 hardcovers.
Posted In: bailout, benefits, BP, Chrysler, GM, Halliburton, mid-day update, Obama, TARP, Unemployment
*The Mid-Day Update is a five-day-a-week podcast from the Marketplace Morning Report co-hosted by Bill Radke and Steve Chiotakis that wraps up the...
Posted In: Auto
A new report on the financial bailout program says the government pressured car companies to close too many dealerships too fast, which may have had a detrimental effect on the economy.
Posted In: Oil
The capped BP well in the Gulf of Mexico is seeping oil, and oil giant and U.S. government are at odds about what to do next.
Posted In: BP, Earnings, Goldman Sachs, Marketplace Minute, Radke
/**/ How do they decide how much of BP's oil spilled? Our reporter goes to NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab to find out. Big companies say they earn...
On this week's Marketplace Minute: BP oil stops leaking, FDA backs Avandia, Goldman Sachs settles with the SEC, a strong earnings season, financial reform, and Tiger Woods separates from his putter.
Posted In: Banks
Goldman Sachs' half-billion dollar settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission could lead to similar deals with other big-player banks.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship, Immigration
Opponents of immigration are belting some harsh rhetoric in the wake of Arizona's new hard-line laws. But economics editor Chris Farrell explains why immigrants are crucial to U.S. entrepreneurship.
Posted In: Health
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended that GlaxoSmithKline's billion-dollar diabetes drug, Avandia, be allowed to stay on the market.
Posted In: Banks, Investing
The Securities and Exchange Commission is talking to Goldman Sachs about settling its lawsuit against the bank over its actions during the housing collapse.