Segments From this episode
It may take some time before we really know the effects of the financial reform bill. But whatever changes may come, lobbyists will be ready.
A new report on the financial bailout program says the government pressured car companies to close too many dealerships too fast, which may have had a detrimental effect on the economy.
British investor Anthony Ward has purchased $1 billion worth of cocoa beans. This could have an bitter effect on the price of chocolate bars.
Which group of African countries grew the most in terms of its economy last year: A. The oil exporters like Nigeria, B. The fragile states like Congo, C. The middle-income countries like South Africa, or D. Low-income countries like Zambia and Uganda? The answer from TheGlobalist.com's Stephan Richter.
Steve Chiotakis talks to Jessica Canning of Dow Jones VentureSource about a survey by VentureSource that showed a big jump in investing by venture capitals between April and July, and what that means for the economy.
A few medical tourism groups want to bring more American patients to Mexican hospitals for more than cheap prescriptions and dental work. They're promoting top notch care for cheaper price tag than what the patient would get in the U.S.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, July 19, 2010