Segments From this episode
After having a contestant on one of its reality shows become a murder suspect who then committed suicide, VH1 is now considering cleaning up its act. Mitchell Hartman reports.
When Chrysler filed for bankruptcy, the plan was for the automaker to leave all of its old liabilities behind, including lawsuits filed on behalf of injured customers. But that plan has changed. Steve Henn reports.
Bill Kreher, technology analyst with Edward Jones, talks with Bill Radke about what the positive outlook for Intel and rebound talk for Dell and Hewlett-Packard means for U.S. high tech.
Richard DeKaser, president of Woodley Park Research, talks with Steve Chiotakis about how much Cash for Clunkers helped to increase consumer spending in July, and the latest incomes and savings stats.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, August 28, 2009