Segments From this episode
We continue with our series Housing Madness, a look at the fall-out from the sub-prime meltdown. Small privately-run mortgage brokerages are disappearing fast. From WCPN in Cleveland, Mhari Saito reports.
Shareholders' gambles in the mortgage market didn't turn out so hot this year. Today, Morgan Stanley kicks off a season of shareholder meetings. Jeremy Hobson reports on what to expect.
The Energy Department's summer driving forecast, released today, says demand is expected to be lower this summer than last. But gas prices are expected to average above $3.60 a gallon. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
The Chinese have asked major British and American public relations firms to pitch it ideas on how to spin their way out of the Tibet crisis. Bill Marcus reports from Shanghai.
Where are you planning to go on your next vacation? Orlando? Florida? How about Namibia? Gretchen Wilson reports why Namibia is becoming a great place to visit -- and not just for Brad Pitt and Anjolena Jolie.
Internet security company Symantec just released a report that found a person's full identity profile can be purchased in the underground economy for as little as $1. Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.
Marketplace morning report for Monday, April 8, 2008