Segments From this episode
For groups that want to end the reign of British monarchs, the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton provides a big, expensive target for criticism.
The seven-year battle between rival toy companies over who owns Bratz dolls has finally ended. A federal jury says Mattel must pay Bratz doll-maker MGA Entertainment Inc. $88 million in damages.
Chinese police have dispersed hundreds of picketing truck drivers in Shanghai. The demonstrators were protesting rising fuels costs and fees, as Rob Schmitz explains.
Julia Angwin, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, explains the logic behind Google and Apple collecting location data from your phone, and how it will change advertising.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, April 22, 2011