Mar 15, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, March 15, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, March 15, 2010

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Dodd to unveil financial reform bill

Mar 15, 2010
Sen. Christopher Dodd will go public with his plan to prevent another banking crisis. Washington bureau chief John Dimsdale talks with Steve Chiotakis about what Dodd's plan for financial regulation includes.

Businesses save off green incentives

Mar 15, 2010
For businesses across the country that file quarterly estimated taxes, one thing they'll try to figure out is how much they've saved using various incentives for green-energy improvements. Mitchell Hartman reports.

Dot-com's disrupt, help bring in money

Mar 15, 2010
Twenty five years ago, the first dot-com domain name went live. So what impact have dot-coms had? Brett Neely reports.

Google may abandon Chinese market

Mar 15, 2010
Google may leave its Chinese search engine over censorship concerns. Asia correspondent Scott Tong talks with Bill Radke about how the move would work.

A look at manufacturing, interest rates

Mar 15, 2010
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Wealth Management, talks with Steve Chiotakis about why we should care about the Empire State Manufacturing Survey and what to expect as the Fed considers interest rates.

U.K. bill would hit online piracy hard

Mar 15, 2010
British lawmakers may impose strict new rules to cut down on digital piracy. Stephen Beard reports.

Stimulus helps in Mo., but layoffs loom

Mar 15, 2010
President Obama says the stimulus bill saved 2 million jobs last year. Adam Allington reports on how the stimulus effort has impacted one Midwestern city so far.

Phillips-Van Heusen buys Hilfiger

Mar 15, 2010
Time's Kate Betts talks with Bill Radke about whether the Phillips-Van Heusen acquisition of Tommy Hilfiger will change the fashion landscape and how the deal will work.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC