Rico Gagliano is a radio reporter, producer and host.
Features by Rico Gagliano
Posted In: Wall Street
The Dow has been on a hair-raising ride in the past week, with swings of a couple hundred points up or down. While the blue chips are up 50% from their lows in March, the volatility has made reporter Rico Gagliano anxious. He tells us why.
Say goodbye to the headlines and the top stories. Brendan Newnam and Rico Gagliano find out what news items Marketplace staffers have noticed, but that you've likely not heard.
Posted In: Travel
After nearly two decades of saying no to casino gambling, Ohio voters have decided to roll the dice. They're going to bring casinos to four cities to get the economy going. Dan Moulthrop looks at what caused the turnaround.
Posted In: Investing
Thanks in large part to India's purchase of 200 metric tons of gold yesterday, the precious metal hit a record high. Rico Gagliano explores the pros and cons of the massive sale.
Posted In: Jobs
The White House will release its latest data on the jobs created by the federal bailout fund. But some wonder how accurate those numbers are. Rico Gagliano reports.
Posted In: Economy
The government's expected to announce that U.S. Gross Domestic Product grew more than 3 percent in the third quarter. If those estimates hold up, economists say the recession has technically ended. But does GDP really matter? Rico Gagliano reports.
Marketplace's Brendan Newnam and Rico Gagliano check in with members of the Marketplace staff on the news that didn't quite make it on the radio this past week.
Enough of the real news. It's time for the tidbits that didn't make the headlines, courtesy of Rico Gagliano, Brendan Newnam and members of the Marketplace staff.
Posted In: Food
Burger King patrons will soon be privy to brick walls and industrial metal counter-tops as the chain revamps its restaurants to make it more globally competitive. But this might be a tough sell for franchisees. Rico Gagliano reports.
Posted In: Auto, Internet
General Motors began an experiment in July that had ealers posting new cars for sale on eBay. The project ends today, and although cars didn't fly off the lot as a result, the move piqued plenty of interest. Rico Gagliano reports.