Marketplace AM for January 3, 2005
Today, many of us rely on the Internet as much as we do the telephone. But should we? Turns out, the Web is more delicate than we first thought. The first evidence we had of that was when we had to deal with the Y2K Bug. As part of a Marketplace special report with American Radio Works, reporter Catherine Winter examines why we may not be able to fix all of the Internet's quirks.
In its short lifetime, Jet Blue's way of doing business has had a profound impact on the airline industry. Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Barbara Peterson, author of "Blue Streak" about what it took to get the airline off the ground.