Segments From this episode
Enrollment is up 20 percent this year at the University of Phoenix. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on why the university and other trade-oriented programs are what people want right now.
Chrysler is reopening several U.S. assembly plants, but it may be too late for some parts suppliers. Tamara Keith reports on the shakeout among auto parts makers.
One of the main questions about the Obama administration's health care overhaul is how to pay for it. Over the weekend one of President Obama's top advisers gave a hint. Sam Eaton reports it may involve a tax hike.
Disgraced investment manager Bernard Madoff will be sentenced in U.S. District Court. Many of his victims still want their money back. But Ashley Milne-Tyte reports they shouldn't count on getting much back.
Oil prices were dropping until a major militant group in Nigeria said it attacked a Royal Dutch Shell oil platform. Gretchen Wilson reports there are questions about whether Nigeria's government can quell the violence.
S&P Equity Research investment strategist Sam Stovall talks with Steve Chiotakis about how the market did during the second quarter, and whether there is any momentum left as we head into what's traditionally the weakest quarter of the year.
Reporter Sam Eaton talks with Steve Chiotakis about what to expect during the sentencing for disgraced investor Bernard Madoff, and what lies ahead for many of his victims.
Professor Terry McCoy at the University of Florida's Center for Latin American Studies talks with Bob Moon about the military coup in Honduras and whether the Central American country can cope with economic pressure for countries like the U.S.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, June 29, 2009