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The White House has released its first proposal today for health care reform on its Web site, which details a new authority on regulating insurance premiums. Bill Radke gets more from Marketplace's Gregory Warner.
A U.N. report finds waste from discarded cell phones, computers and other technology is becoming an increasingly more pressing issue. But proper recycling of valuable metals could help curb the problem. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
President Obama has made it a priority to reign in rising U.S. deficits with a bipartisan commission. But how can we successfully overcome the political gridlock in Congress? Steve Chiotakis talks to Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan.
The credit card reforms Congress approved last year take effect today, making it more difficult for card companies to raise interest rates right away. The industry is making up for lost revenue with a host of new fees. Stacey Vanek-Smith…
Democratic Senator Chris Dodd and Republican Senator Richard Shelby will introduce two financial reform bills this week. Brett Neely reports the Consumer Financial Protection Agency is a major difference between them.
The German airline Lufthansa has asked a judge to step in and stop a four-day strike by pilots that began today, which some estimate is costing the carrier up to roughly $34 million a day. Christopher Werth reports.
Lowe's reported a rise in profits last quarter of 27 percent. What does this indicate for the housing and construction markets? Steve Chiotakis talks to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at S&P Equity Research.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, February 22, 2010