Marketplace for October 3, 2011

Episode Description 
Marketplace for October 3, 2011

What the Occupy Wall Street protesters want

Professor Jeremi Suri discusses the motives behind the Occupy Wall Street protests, who the protesters are, and what happens next.
Posted In: Wall Street

AMR stock plunges on bankruptcy rumors

American Airlines parent group loses over 40 percent before closing down almost a third.
Posted In: Airlines

Occupy Wall Street protests spread

From humble beginnings to cities across the nation, Occupy Wall Street protests are idiosyncratic and growing.
Posted In: Wall Street

Yahoo and ABC team up on news online

Yahoo gives ABC's original news programming 100 million new viewers -- but to keep those viewers, Yahoo needs original content like ABC's.
Posted In: Mergers and Acquisitions

On third anniversary, TARP mortgage aid lags

The Troubled Asset Relief Program stabilized the financial and auto industries, but hasn't delivered aid to struggling homeowners.
Posted In: Housing

Ebony woodcarvers learn to craft machine parts

In Mozambique, it's hard to find spare parts for today's technology. So artists use African blackwood to fix everything from espresso makers to cars.

Getting people back to work

Jobs, jobs, jobs. Everyone is taking about the best way to create more jobs. So, where can we find the opportunities?
Posted In: Jobs

The decisions made when hitting the bottom

Author Tony D'Souza discusses his new novel, "Mule," which follows a couple as they struggle with finances and morals under the weight of the recession.
Posted In: Books

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The Jesus And Mary Chain
Funny Friends
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Ride Into The Sun
The Velvet Underground

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