Marketplace PM for June 28, 2006
Host Tess Vigeland reads letters from the Marketplace mailbag.
Commentator Robert Reich says the time has come to declare the housing boom officially over.
When foster children turn 18, states are no longer responsible for their well-being. In places such as Los Angeles County, more than half are homeless within six months of aging out of foster care. Jeff Tyler reports.
UPS announced today it has won a contract to fly priority and first-class US mail on its airplanes, a deal that could spell trouble for FedEx — and passenger airlines. Amy Scott reports.
There's been a big music business merger in the works for years — but Warner Music and EMI can't agree which company will buy out the other. Bob Moon has the story.