Jun 25, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 25, 2010

HTML EMBED:
COPY

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 25, 2010

Segments From this episode

VIDEO: Drilling ban, Viacom feels slammed, and enough iPhones, man!

Jun 25, 2010
This week: Bill Radke tackles financial reform, the G-20, Viacom versus YouTube, Fannie Mae's attack on mortgage defaults and the over-glorified iPhone 4.

Financial reform will exempt loan-making car dealers

Jun 25, 2010
Lawmakers want to exempt car dealers who make auto loans from some oversight elements of the new financial reform bill.

CIA unusually public over need for Arabic, Farsi speakers

Jun 25, 2010
The CIA has been trying a less-secretive approach in order to hire more people fluent in Middle Eastern languages.

House, Senate to vote on financial reform bill

Jun 25, 2010
Lawmakers in the House and Senate have agreed on a financial reform compromise bill that will go to vote early next week.

India, Brazil would gain more from revalued yuan than U.S.

Jun 25, 2010
Pressure for China to revalue its currency is coming from more countries than just the U.S.

Will this year's G-20 really be effective?

Jun 25, 2010
The G-20 is not without its share of critics wondering whether leaders from so many countries can accomplish anything together. Stephen Beard explores the pros and cons of the conference.

Midterm election makes budget debate more partisan

Jun 25, 2010
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says the U.S. budget deficit debate becomes increasingly polarized as midterm elections loom.

Stimulus bill failure will end unemployment benefits for over 1M

Jun 25, 2010
More than a million people will run out of unemployment benefits this week after the Senate failed to pass its latest stimulus bill yesterday.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC