Segments From this episode
Many retailers are suffering during this recession, but some products are striking the right balance and actually thriving. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on a useful kind of shoe.
The recession has cut into wine sales in restaurants, so winemakers are trying to find ways to attract new buyers, including one market the business had previously written off. Ethan Lindsey reports.
After Chrysler went into bankruptcy, it closed hundreds of its dealerships. But now it's planning to open new dealerships, and in some cases, not far from the ones that are closing. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Reporter Tamara Keith talks with Steve Chiotakis about the settlement between federal prosecutors and UBS regarding Americans that hid billions of dollars in accounts with the Swiss bank.
The recession may have put a damper on your summer travel plans, but it may be benefiting another summertime tradition: the state fair. LaToya Dennis reports.
Betty Superstein, mayor of Manchester, Tenn., talks with Steve Chiotakis about how the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has helped her city economically and how it compares to Woodstock.
Many people who don't like the idea of government-run insurance often use the U.K. as an example of what not to do. But that's got the British on the defensive. Christopher Werth reports.
Alex Hamilton, director of research at Jesup & Lamont, talks with Bill Radke about the latest setback Boeing faces with its long-delayed new jet, the 787 Dreamliner.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, August 14, 2009