Segments From this episode
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.
While the economy has stolen the spotlight as the top issue in this election, economics editor Chris Farrell explains why concerns about health care aren't going to vanish anytime soon.
New York Times columnist Joe Nocera has been curating economic rescue plans for homeowners in his blog and column. Host Tess Vigeland asks him to share the specifics of some of the proposals.
Marketplace presents "Here's What I'm Doing," a series asking people from all walks of life how they're coping with the financial crisis. In this edition, listener Nicholas Gaffney explains how he's learning to look away from the bad numbers.
Economics editor Chris Farrell and host Tess Vigeland take questions on debt collectors, TIAA-CREF, HELOCs and TIPS.
America's biggest banks have been in the news as the government opens its pocketbook to bail them out. But as Tess Vigeland reports, some banks are doing just fine on their own and that's got investors interested.
Marketplace Money is saying goodbye to longtime staffer Nancy Farghalli, but not before we see what she's learned during her time here. Host Tess Vigeland and other familiar voices give Nancy her final exam.
Our listeners weigh in on grammar, gaffes in the edit room, small business owners and sunny beaches.
Marketplace Money for November 1-2, 2008