Marketplace AM for October 19, 2005
The Senate Energy Committee is expected to vote today on whether to open the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve to oil drilling. Bob Moon reports.
Third quarter earnings from Wells Fargo, US Bancorp and other financial institutions have been better than expected. Cheryl Glaser looks at why the industry is doing so well.
Energy officials from 21 Pacific Rim countries gather in Korea today to discuss possible solutions to surging global energy prices. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
IBM, the granddaddy of the tech industry, beat Wall Street's expectations in the third quarter, bucking a disappointing tech trend. Stacey Vanek Smith looks at why.
Ask US officials and it's a spat over taxes. But the British side says it's about tolls. From London, Stephen Beard explains.
Millions of Americans go without health insurance — self-employed artists are frequently among that number. One New York hospital has come up with a creative way to reach out to them. Jessica Mador has our story.
Commentator Brooke McMurray examines the economic cost of domestic violence and argues companies need to do more to help victims.