Marketplace PM for December 16, 2005
Entertainment companies and children's advocates have been at odds for a long time over children's programming, including how programming is used to market to children. Yesterday the two sides came together to make a deal. Tess Vigeland reports.
Gretchen Cook took a look at some businesses, including casinos, that feel they've been dealt a bad hand in the months following Hurricane Katrina.
This weekend's election in South America's poorest country, Bolivia, is grabbing attention on Capitol Hill. From the Marketplace Americas Desk at WLRN in Miami, Dan Grech explains why.
At most research universities, it's get tenure or get let go. Try adding a baby to the mix. From the Work and Family Desk, Hillary Wicai reports on Princeton's efforts to stop the tenure clock from colliding with the biological clock.
Google is buying a stake in AOL. Why would the world's hottest search engine want a piece of a stagnant online service? Amy Scott explains.