Jul 16, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, July 16, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, July 16, 2010

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How will financial reform actually work?

Jul 16, 2010
Financial regulatory reform passed the Senate yesterday. Jennifer Collins explores the nitty-gritty of how that will work.

The bigger the oil spill, the bigger the fines for BP

Jul 16, 2010
If the BP oil leak cap holds, attention will shift to the clean-up and one of the first tasks is to figure out how much oil has spilled into the water. The number that scientists settle on has big implications for BP.

Goldman Sachs, SEC deal could lead to other bank settlements

Jul 16, 2010
Goldman Sachs' half-billion dollar settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission could lead to similar deals with other big-player banks.

75 years later, drivers still frustrated by parking meters

Jul 16, 2010
It's the parking meter's 75th birthday. And understandably, not everyone feels like celebrating. Andrea Bernstein looks into how they evolved.

VIDEO: Oil feels so good when it stops

Jul 16, 2010
On this week's Marketplace Minute: BP oil stops leaking, FDA backs Avandia, Goldman Sachs settles with the SEC, a strong earnings season, financial reform, and Tiger Woods separates from his putter.

BP cautious as markets weather uncertainties

Jul 16, 2010
Investors are cheered by the fact the British oil giant's temporary cap is holding for now on that leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. How is that going to bode for business going forward?

Humility over iPhone 4 issues could go a long way for Apple

Jul 16, 2010
Apple will break its silence today about the malfunctioning antenna on its new iPhone 4. The company's success could depend a lot on their approach.

Investors see pay-off in emerging countries

Jul 16, 2010
It can be trying to convince an investor to put their money in emerging countries. But lately the emerging world is seeing a lot of growth.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC