Playlist: The costs of Libya, health care’s anniversary
Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace, Monday, March 21, 2011
On today’s show, we took a look at the costs to Europe and the U.S. for the military attacks on Libya that began this weekend. Many Japanese in Tokyo are concerned about the safety of food coming from the northeast region, close to the Fukushima nuclear plant. AT&T announced its plan to purchase T-Mobile, and the result is expected to be major, especially for innovation. Charles Schwab goes into options trading. DirecTV anxiously awaits the outcome of the looming NFL lockout. Health care celebrates its first anniversary. And we heard about the new HBO documentary covering the Triangle Fire. Here are the songs we played:
- Brain Freeze – Sackcloth FashionBuy
- African Rhythms – J Dilla
- Take Me With U – PrinceBuy
- Globetrotters – NicolayBuy
- Funky 24hrs a Day – AnwarriorBuy
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