Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, February 9, 2015
Feb 9, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, February 9, 2015

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Airing Monday, February 9, 2015: A senate report set to be released today says that cars connected to the internet could be a security risk. More on that. Plus, there's news the average price of gasoline is up 13 cents in the last two weeks. Some are saying the crash for gas prices is coming to an end. We look at the International Energy Agency's look-ahead for the next five years, set to be released tomorrow. And there was a time not so long ago that American bankers avoided mentioning their occupation. In the U.S., some of that stigma has evaporated. But in the UK, there's a plan to prosecute senior bankers if things go wrong.

 

 

Segments From this episode

Hacking into wired cars

Feb 9, 2015
A new report says cars equipped with wireless Internet could be a security risk.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits President Obama

Feb 9, 2015
Conflicts facing European continent are likely to be at the top of their agenda.

Waiting for a key report on global oil market

Feb 9, 2015
Without OPEC ruling the market, analysts look to the International Energy Agency.

As breast milk becomes a commodity, donations drop

Feb 9, 2015
Local non-profit milk banks say shortages are causing them to turn patients away.

PODCAST: German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits U.S.

Feb 9, 2015
The situation in Greece, German Chancellor Merkel's visit with President Obama, and a business that pays for breast milk.

Airing Monday, February 9, 2015: A senate report set to be released today says that cars connected to the internet could be a security risk. More on that. Plus, there’s news the average price of gasoline is up 13 cents in the last two weeks. Some are saying the crash for gas prices is coming to an end. We look at the International Energy Agency’s look-ahead for the next five years, set to be released tomorrow. And there was a time not so long ago that American bankers avoided mentioning their occupation. In the U.S., some of that stigma has evaporated. But in the UK, there’s a plan to prosecute senior bankers if things go wrong.

 

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC