Marketplace AM for November 28, 2006

Episode Description 

On the Massachusetts v. EPA sidelines

The business community is divided over whether greenhouse gas emissions should be regulated as a pollutant. The Supreme Court takes up the question in a potentially far-reaching case tomorrow. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Crime

Small-town brain drain

Commentator Andrew Valencia explains why he's likely to join the exodus of bright young minds from small-town America. He says it's not just for better jobs in big cities.

Housing stocks on the rise

Existing home sales are expected to fall again, but Wall Street is betting the worst of the housing slump is behind us. Is the celebration premature? Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Housing, Wall Street

Airports want to raise fees

Many of the agencies that run America's airports are pressing to charge airlines higher landing and terminal fees — but passengers may be the ones footing the bill. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Travel

Hospital closures on the horizon?

A state commission in New York today is likely to recommend closure of dozens of public hospitals to streamline health care delivery and costs. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

Pricing out 12 Days of Christmas

A wealth management group reports the cost of a partridge in a pear tree and other items in "The Twelve Days of Christmas" song are up this year. Stacey Vanek-Smith has the details.
Posted In: Economy

Making movie business history

This week in 1907, movie mogul Louis B. Mayer got his start. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes us back.

Putting on the brakes in India?

Businesses and investors from around the world have had an eye on India's fast-growing market, but now some leaders there are questioning whether the country can sustain that growth. Miranda Kennedy explains.
Posted In: Canada

Brits fed up with 'selfish protectionism'

Britain's main business organization has some harsh words for the U.S. and continental Europe. The CBI is accusing other nations of hypocrisy in talking free trade but blocking foreign takeovers. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Canada

Verizon gets YouTube to go

YouTube has signed an agreement with Verizon Wireless to make video clips available on its cell phones. Alisa Roth has details.
Posted In: Science

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