Marketplace for Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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Marketplace for Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Grads not making enough to pay off loans

Some for-profit schools may have a high graduate employment rate, but often the salaries are too small to pay off the loans students take to pay for their education.
Posted In: Education, Jobs

Anarchy as management style?

Commentator K.C. Cole argues that a "loosy goosy" management system won't destroy an organization, but may be key in helping it grow.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship

More water for Brits, but at what cost?

Britain opened its first mainland, large-scale water desalination plants to keep up with thirsty Brits all over London, but critics say deeper problems like leaky Dickensian-era pipes are being ignored.
Posted In: Environment

Apple's perfect image, broken?

Kai Ryssdal talks to Marketplace's Steve Henn about the iPhone 4 debacle -- the company's PR failures and what it means for the future of Apple.

Brands and stores want haul videos

Are you one of those people that posts videos of themselves detailing what they bought on a shopping spree? Brands and stores like JCPenney's want you.
Posted In: Retail

Steinbrenner's legacy in sports business

Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson takes a look at the impact that George Steinbrenner had on the business of baseball.
Posted In: Sports

'Think twice, act once,' says new BP cap

Sure, the new cap on BP's leaking oil well may have a chance of stanching the flow and all parties involved can breathe a sigh of relief, but after, what next?
Posted In: Environment, Oil

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Salt The Skies
Tortoise
The Beginning After the End
Stars
Waiting Room
Fugazi