The Federal Communications Commission has released a blueprint for expanding and upgrading the nation's Internet capabilities. Sounds pretty good, right? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports not everyone is happy.
The Federal Communications Commission's 10-year plan for dramatically increasing Internet speeds throughout the nation could intensify telecom competition and give start-ups new opportunities. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Realty Trac reports 1 out of every 418 U.S. homes was foreclosed upon last month. The foreclosure rate isn't rising as rapidly as it has in past years, but that's only because banks are inundated with paperwork. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
The Senate isn't expected to consider the House's just-passed $15 billion revised jobs bill until next week. But Nancy Marshall Genzer reports Congress wants to show it's doing something to put Americans to work.
Bankers and bank regulators are testifying before the government's bailout watchdog panel. Citigroup CEO, Vikram Pandit is also there, thanking Congress for saving his company. Bill Radke finds out why from Marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer.
The White House is proposing financial reform legislation that would prevent banks from engaging in high-risk proprietary trading. Bill Radke explores the unhappy reception that idea is getting with Marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer.
Under new White House legislation, banks wouldn't be able to make engage in proprietary trading to prevent a potential conflict of interest. U.S. bankers who don't like the proposal are threatening to move abroad. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.