Marketplace Money for April 25-26, 2009
Credit card companies don't exactly have a reputation for engaging in ethical business practices. Some are trying to change this negative connotation with incentives. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
Economics editor Chris Farrell answers listeners' pressing questions about using student loans to pay down credit card debt, how private loans work and what it means for a consumer when a bank goes under.
With the job market not looking so hot for recent college grads, applications for positions with Teach for America are sky high this year. Sally Herships reports.
TV and Internet ads promising fast cash for almost no work have been around forever. They also seem to be on the rise as the economy is on the decline. Are they scams or legitimate? Sean Cole reports.
Bob Moon talks to economics editor Chris Farrell about how Americans can improve their financial literacy and learn the differences between saving and investing.
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