The economic downturn has spread to almost every industry, and sports is no exception. Host Kai Ryssdal gets details from business of sports expert Diana Nyad about the affect on sponsorships, TV ratings and more.
Many Wall Street banks and financial services moved parts of their operations across the Hudson River, earning Jersey City the name "Wall Street West." Sally Herships learns that might not be such a good thing now.
Hope for Housing, is a new $300 million program to help homeowners facing foreclosure get new loans. It was part of the Fannie Mae-Freddie Mack deal. Stacey Vanek-Smith talks to some who want to see more.
Inflation is running about 3 percent across the euro zone, well above the European Central Bank target of 2 percent, says European Bureau Chief Stephen Beard. He tells Kai Ryssdal that the level of fear is rising, as well.
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