Playlist: Flight delays and electric cars
Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace Morning Report, Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Flight delays don’t only cost you a lot of frustration and time — they also happen to cost the country more than $32 billion a year. Mitchell Hartman broke down the numbers for us. On the other end of the transportation spectrum, Scott Tong took a look at the tax breaks that are soon to expire for hybrid vehicles and electric plug-ins for cars. Is it a good idea to get them renewed? After recalls for prominent medicines like Children’s Tylenol and Benadryl, parents are starting to look toward generic medications. Johnson & Johnson is losing millions of dollars because of it. Bank of America resumes foreclosures, but Tony Arnold reported that many banks will still be observing a voluntary moratorium on seizing homes. Steve Chiotakis talked to JPMorgan Fund’s David Kelly about the rest of the banking industry too. And here are the songs we played:
- Living Proof – Cat PowerBuy
- Alberto Balsam – Aphex TwinBuy
- Smile – Lily AllenBuy
- Rotation – Herb AlpertBuy
- Whatever Lola Wants – Sarah VaughnBuy
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