Bank executives will be testifying to Congress about how money was spent last year under TARP. But getting execs to explain the flow of cash may be hard, since no one was keeping track. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
The economy may be going to the dogs, but at least they don't have to smell bad. Fragrance companies offer several scents for canines, from beach aroma to the smell of the dog park. James Nestor reports.
Today, Amazon.com is expected to announce a design upgrade for Kindle, its electronic book reader. But Google is set to compete -- the company recently made its e-book titles available for certain smart phones. Janet Babin reports.
A new study out today suggests that greener, more socially responsible companies tend to perform better than their peers. Sarah Gardner reports which companies were considered more successful and sustainable.
Small business advocates say the government bailout doesn't address contracting fraud and abuse, which has diverted billions to large corporations. Ronni Radbill explores what the government is doing to curb the corruption.
President Obama is in Elkhart, Ind. today selling his stimulus package directly to the people. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson about why Obama is there specifically and what he hopes to do.
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