Marketplace for Monday, June 14, 2010

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Marketplace for Monday, June 14, 2010

Lawmakers weigh how to make BP pay

On Tuesday, President Obama will address the American public about BP. The president is demanding the oil company put money into an escrow account. He wants oil spill victims -- not BP shareholders -- to get paid first. Rob Schmitz reports.
Posted In: Oil

Oil spill fuels debate on energy policy

The oil and gas spewing from the Gulf floor has forced energy and climate change legislation onto the front burner. Lawmakers are scrambling to come up with bills to strengthen government oversight of the oil industry. But what about longer-term solutions? John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Oil

Rules keep biz health plans in check

Health care reform -- most of it, anyway -- doesn't kick in until 2014. But businesses are worried now that it will hit them hard in the pocketbook. That's why the White House released new rules aimed at keeping employers from raising premiums or scaling back care in advance. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Health

The 'Red Dead Redemption' experience

Justin Calvert, senior editor at GameSpot, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the new game "Red Dead Redemption," the emotions is stirs up, and why one reviewer called it a "tour de force."
Posted In: Entertainment

Hispanics leave AZ over immigrant law

Arizona's new immigration law has yet to take effect, but it's already been somewhat effective in driving undocumented immigrants from the state. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Immigration

Start-up spurns Texas for Mich. town

May's unexpectedly weak employment numbers put even more pressure on states to reel in job-producing new businesses. This urgency has created a kind of "Let's Make a Deal" environment for companies negotiating on locations for new operations. Jay Field reports.
Posted In: Jobs

Devo on de-evolution, devalued music

Gerald Casale, founder of the group Devo, talks with Kai Ryssdal about what brought his band back into the studio for a new album after 20 years, and the group's de-evolution notion.
Posted In: Entertainment

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