Apr 19, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 19, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 19, 2010

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Goldman investigations to go abroad

Apr 19, 2010
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says he wants investigations against Goldman Sachs to expand in the U.K., and other countries could also soon follow suit. Bob Moon talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard.

Rolling Stone offers paid archive online

Apr 19, 2010
Starting today, the archives of Rolling Stone will be available online dating back to 1967 for $30. Experts say the entire print industry will likely jump on this sort of trend. Caitlan Carroll reports.

Bonds could help Illinois college fund

Apr 19, 2010
An Illinois financial aid program for low-income college students is running out of money, and thousands of students could be left without a key source of financial aid. So the state agency wants to get investors involved. Amy Scott reports.

Toyota to pay $16 million U.S. fine

Apr 19, 2010
Toyota had until today to decide whether to pay $16 million to the U.S. government for not notifying it promptly about defective gas pedals. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Gregory Warner about the carmaker's decision to pay the fine.

Senate bill debates derivative deals

Apr 19, 2010
Democrats are hoping to bring their financial overhaul bill to the Senate floor this week to prevent another financial crisis. Derivatives are a main sticking point, as Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Globalist Quiz: Legally hidden activity

Apr 19, 2010
Which major country has the highest share of legal economic activity that is deliberately hidden from the authorities: Greece, Italy, Russia or China? Steve Chiotakis takes Stephen Richter's Globalist quiz.

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