Marketplace AM for June 6, 2005
One Hollywood producer wants to teach kids how to avoid the starving artist stereotype. He's starting a new charter school in LA that'll give artistic students a healthy dose of business sense.
A study out today from Northeastern University says this will be the bleakest summer season for jobseeking teenagers since 1948. Work and Family correspondent Sarah Gardner reports that many young people really needed that paycheck.
Allan Sloan is the Wall Street editor for Newsweek magazine. He talks about the news from Wall Street with host Kai Ryssdal.