Marketplace AM for March 23, 2006
Investors are giving much more love to Bombay's version of Wall Street, pointing to a major difference between India's economic growth versus China's. Miranda Kennedy reports.
The world's largest retailer looks to lure shoppers away from Target with a new type of store it's opened in Plano, Texas. There's even a sushi bar. Andrea Gardner reports.
Environmental groups have recently come under fierce criticism from within over their failure to engage Americans on global warming. One solution? Outsource the job to advertising firms. Sam Eaton reports.
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The Department of Justice has indicted 50 members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. The group started out trying to overthrow the government, but now it's mostly running the country's cocaine trade. Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
America is importing far more goods from China than it's exporting to the Chinese. Two US Senators are there now, trying to even things out. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Personal finance expert Chris Farrell talks with host Scott Jagow about the attention focused on Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's first major speech this week.