Segments From this episode
The giant phone company delivers more data to the Federal Communications Commission to support its argument that a merger with T-Mobile will improve service and even cut costs for consumers.
New York bureau chief Heidi Moore discusses why markets aren't panicking right now, even though a debt ceiling deal seems pretty far off.
China, the second biggest holder of U.S. debt after the Federal Reserve, isn't in panic mode yet as Washington continues to struggle over a deal that would raise the debt ceiling.
Seventy-five years ago, the beginning of the British telephone system was marked by the creation of the Speaking Clock. Today, the British still dial the number 30 million times a year, in order to get the exact time.
Julia Coronado, chief economist at BNP Paribas, explains whether the debt debates will do any long-term damage to Treasury bills.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, July 25 , 2011