Segments From this episode
In South Africa, a part of town infamous for its politics and activism is being transformed into a retail mecca -- and residents are buying it up. Gretchen Wilson reports.
As the demand for truck drivers increases, more drivers who don't speak the required amount of English have made it to the road. Now the government is planning to crack down. Dan Grech reports.
One third of Beijing's population are migrant workers who've come from the countryside in search of better wages, and when they arrive, they don't always get along with their fellow city dwellers. Lisa Chow reports.
Bratz dolls have been tugging at the market share of Mattel's Barbie for years, but a court ruling could earn Mattel royalties on the Bratz line or even total control of the brand. Steve Henn reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, July 18, 2008