Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, January 1, 2009
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The average law student takes out $60,000 to $90,000 for school. And despite what you think, they're not all making big bucks right after graduation. Some can't even find a job. Sally Herships reports.
2009 was a year of frayed economic nerves. Looking to soothe them, the Federal Reserve bought more than $1 trillion worth of mortgage bonds, which sent mortgage rates plunging. Well, don't expect the same this year. Brett Neely has more.
With no national cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gases, some states like Minnesota will start requiring utilities to weigh carbon costs from their energy sources. That could hurt out-of-state coal-fired power plants. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Noah Glass was just about to start Harvard Business School when he threw that opportunity out the window to pursue his dream of starting a business that makes the buying of fast-food go faster. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Mallpartments were supposed to be the next big thing before the economy took a nosedive. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on how they're doing now.