Segments From this episode
Republican Governor Chris Christie calls a 10-state regional greenhouse gas reduction program a failure and says New Jersey will pull out by year's end.
LeBron James continues to build back his image -- and marketability -- after publicly dumping the Cleveland Cavaliers. But winning always helps.
By relocating closer to mass transit, the company will be able to stand by its green values, as well as enjoy $100 million worth of tax credit.
Japan's consumer prices rose for the first time in over two years in April, due in part to natural disasters and increased fuel prices. But economists say there are some benefits to the news.
Serbia is counting on the capture of fugitive Ratko Mladic as the ticket to join the European Union. The capture of Mladic, along with other preconditions, had prevented Serbia from joining the 27-state collective.
Jill Schlesinger, editor-at-large at CBS/MoneyWatch, takes a look at today's numbers from the Commerce Department, and explains how slow consumer spending growth and GDP affects the recovery.
AAA's Heather Hunter discusses this year's high gas prices, and how they will affect summer travel. Already, gas prices are more than $1 per gallon higher than they were last year, but travelers seem undeterred.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, May 27, 2011