Marketplace AM for July 13, 2006
The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote today on plans by Comcast and Time Warner to buy out bankrupt Adelphia. As Steve Tripoli reports, there's widespread support for the plan, but also vocal concern.
The Mouse House has announced it will put out 10 fewer films a year and substantially reduce its workforce. Will the rest of Hollywood follow suit? Lisa Napoli reports.
Worldwatch Institute offers its latest look at the health of the planet and finds the global economy is booming — but with environmental consequences. Helen Palmer reports.