Segments From this episode
Washington Post writer David Hilzenrath talks with Bill Radke about a story he wrote that suggests health-care legislation now in the Senate would allow insurers and employers to make coverage less affordable for unhealthy people.
Wal-Mart has slashed prices on 10 of the most popular hardcover book titles. The store is aiming at Amazon's core business before the holiday-shopping season. Steve Henn reports.
Kane Kramer, organizer of the ninth annual British Invention Show, talks with Bill Radke about some of the inventions on display in London, and where they will eventually show up.
The Obama administration's pay czar, Kenneth Feinberg, is forcing Bank of America's outgoing CEO Ken Lewis to forgo his salary and bonus for this year. Reporter Steve Henn discusses the details with Steve Chiotakis.
Robert Reich, professor of public policy, talks with Steve Chiotakis about what the U.S. will take to the climate-change conference in Copenhagen, and why we may have to cut a deal with China.
Bank of America's earnings are expected to show a loss, but not all financial institutions are struggling. What's the difference? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
General Electric is expected to make a profit from its third-quarter earnings. But earnings are likely to be down over the same time as last year. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The remaining teams battling to make it to Major League Baseball's World Series play in three of the four biggest TV markets. But that may not be enough to prop up baseball's declining ratings. Joel Rose reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, October 16, 2009