Marketplace AM for September 14, 2005
Joy Diaz reports from KUT in Austin, Texas, on how officials there are trying to hustle evacuees out of shelters and into jobs.
Congress has appropriated over $62 billion to rebuild what was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, and the total will be much more. Robert Reich has one idea about where to find the money.
Presidents, prime ministers and kings from more than 180 countries converge on United Nations headquarters in New York today — it's the biggest world summit in the UN's 60-year history.
A report from the Center for Public Integrity shows the Chinese government and associated companies have spent at least $19 million to lobby Congress over the past eight years. And William Kistner reports it might be even more.
Hurricane Katrina is predicted to take its toll on the country's economy — Marketplace Business Editor Cheryl Glaser looks at what it might mean for real estate.
Officials are on the Gulf Coast this week trying to figure out how badly pipelines and processing facilities were damaged. But it's not oil we're talking — it's natural gas. Alisa Roth reports.
What deer hunting is to America, grouse hunting is to Britain. But this year, an infestation of worms has caused the grouse population to plummet. Patrick Hirsch reports that hunters aren't the only ones affected.
Wal-Mart has been slapped with a class-action suit alleging that it buys good from overseas sweatshops. How might the case impact the low-cost leader? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports