Marketplace AM for September 19, 2007
Authorities in Shanghai evacuated more than 2 million people to brace for what was to be the biggest typhoon in a decade. The city's partial shutdown left thousands of migrant workers without a day of pay. Scott Tong has more.
Climate change and low rainfall are fast draining Nevada's Lake Mead, which supplies Las Vegas with water. So the city is paying residents as an incentive to conserve. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
In his new book, former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan says the gains from globalization are waning. And commentator David Frum predicts a bad forecast for inflation.
The interest rate cut may have helped some investors out yesterday, but it won't fix everything. Stephen Beard discusses the downsides the drop could have on the markets.