Marketplace PM for July 11, 2005
After last week's subway bombings in London, many are wondering if mass transit is adequately protected here at home. Where will the dollars come from to beef up security? Amy Scott reports.
Today, DreamWorks Animation slashed its quarterly forecast and cancelled a stock offering, after a dismal first quarter. And it gets worse: The company says it's being investigated by the SEC. Marketplace's Alisa Roth reports.
After crossing the finish line at this year's Tour de France, Lance Armstrong will retire. What does that mean for the sport of competitive bicycling? Diana Nyad talks with host David Brown.
You've seen "The Bachelor" and "The Apprentice" ... now, "The Consumer." Or maybe "The Urban Ethnographer." Chances are these private episodes won't be screened for you; Carl Marziali reports.
As Congress went back to work today, some on the hill were wondering if a Social Security revamp was back. Commentator and dean of Coumbia's business school Glenn Hubbard argues it's time to start thinking about a different kind of overhaul.