Nov 21, 2008
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More and more American's nest eggs are getting picked apart by the financial crisis. Host Tess Vigeland talks with J. Mark Iwry of the Brookings Institution about how the 401(k) has outgrown its original intent.
As Internet universities grow in prominence, employers are going to see a lot more "'.com"s on resumes. Host Tess Vigeland asks pollster John Zogby how the perception of online degree programs is changing in the workplace.
Economics editor Chris Farrell and host Tess Vigeland take questions on real estate, retirement savings, and health care.
Some lenders are becoming more willing to modify the terms of loans and it's the bit of relief many homeowners needed to keep their homes. Minnesota Public Radio's Jess Mador reports.
Retailers are doing just about anything they can think of to bring shoppers in during a holiday season where consumers can't help but feel the lightness of their pocketbooks. Marketplace's Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.