Marketplace AM for January 24, 2005
The tsunami relief camps in Southeast Asia are mostly makeshift communities - run by charities or individuals. But in Sri Lanka, some victims are being cared for in corporate relief camps. As Miranda Kennedy reports, the company running the camps is a good fit - it already makes the things tsunami survivors need.
General Motors is having some trouble keeping its corporate engine running. In this edition of The Sloan Sessions, Newsweek's Wall Street editor Allan Sloan joins host Kai Ryssdal to take a look under the hood.