Segments From this episode
Professor and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich talks with Steve Chiotakis about why Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is considered controversial, and how his potential reappointment may affect the economy.
The world's central bankers are gathering in Wyoming to wrestle with the state of the global economy. New York bureau chief Amy Scott talks with Bill Radke about what Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke had to say at the retreat.
A billion dollars is left to be used in the Cash for Clunkers program, which ends Monday night. But some dealers have already stopped offering incentives. Amy Scott reports.
New York bureau chief Amy Scott talks with Steve Chiotakis about Morgan Stanley's plans to hire as many as 400 traders and sales people, and whether this is happening with other firms.
Angelo Cammarata, recognized by Guiness as the world's longest-serving bartender, talks with Steve Chiotakis about all those years of serving drinks and what he's looking forward to after retiring.
Jeremy Brant, CEO of real estate company 1-800-CASH OFFER, talks with Bill Radke about the big increase in home re-sales, and whether it was helped by a one-time home buyer credit the government is giving out.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, August 21, 2009