Nov 2, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 2, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 2, 2009

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The impact of CIT's bankruptcy

Nov 2, 2009
CIT group filed for the fifth-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, which will affect a whole lot to small- and mid-sized companies. Mitchell Hartman reports.

GM may pull ahead in auto sales

Nov 2, 2009
Analysts predict October auto sales for General Motors will be strong. Alisa Roth reports.

Why Wall Street bonuses are different

Nov 2, 2009
Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan talks with Steve Chiotakis about how Wall Street bonuses got to be so big, and what we should do about them.

Ryanair issues ultimatum to Boeing

Nov 2, 2009
Ryanair says it will drop ticket prices this winter, and cut ties with Boeing, unless the carrier gets a better deal on new planes. Stephen Beard reports.

America, China's economic integration

Nov 2, 2009
Author Zachary Karabell talks with Bill Radke about why he believes the U.S. and China's economic systems have become so intertwined that they are becoming their own system.

Case may change mutual-fund fees

Nov 2, 2009
A case before the Supreme Court may weaken longstanding investor protections in the mutual-fund industry. Steve Henn reports.

How did Ford turn a profit?

Nov 2, 2009
Ford is reporting a nearly $1 billion profit. Auto analyst Mike Wall talks with Bill Radke about the surprising announcement.

Pabst Brewing Company up for sale

Nov 2, 2009
Reports say that Pabst Brewing Company is going up for sale. Jennifer Collins reports the brewer seems to be worth a lot these days.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC