Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace, Wednesday, December 29, 2010
What went wrong with the euro in 2010? Stephen Beard went over the tumultuous year with Bob Moon. China makes some changes concerning its auto consumers, which could mean something for the American automakers trying to find a market there. Although at the height of its popularity, it looks like online daily coupon provider Groupon is looking to make more money. PepsiCo is about to launch a new product that’s part beverage and part food, just the latest in the hybrid food trend. Commentator Robert Reich gave his predictions for the coming year. And in Economy 4.0, David Brancaccio found a businessman who is finding success without using email or hedge funds. Here are the songs we played:
- No Cars Go – Arcade FireBuy
- AcÃ¡ Entera – Javiera MenaBuy
- The Whale Song – Modest MouseBuy
- A Sky For Shoeing Horses Under – Why?Buy
- The Last Wars – KarateBuy
- Hell, Heaven – ParlovrBuy
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