China's tainted food has moved further up the global food chain to include animal feed. Over the weekend, Chinese authorities said they're intervening massively to clean it all up. Scott Tong has more from Shanghai.
As America prepares to choose a new president, people are examining the changes our next chief executive might make to heath care. Danielle Karson reports on how and who the candidates' plans might help.
Earnings are down at insurance companies, and there's talk that there could be federal assistance on the way. But will it be a repeat of the $85 billion loan offered to life insurance company AIG? Jeremy Hobson reports.
Drugmaker Merck is blaming the rise of generic sales for its 28 percent profit loss this morning. To balance out the blow, the company wants to cut 12 percent of its work force. Jennifer Collins reports.
From the Marketplace mailbox, Kai Ryssdal pulls out some of the letters sent in by listeners. In the selection: comments on calculating the poverty line, food fraud, the financial crisis and the dropping price of oil.
With the U.S. health system becoming more complicated, people are looking for help in dealing with the details. Now, companies will shoulder that burden for you -- for a price, of course. Caitlan Carroll reports.