Segments From this episode
Wall Street firms moved thousands of employees out of lower Manhattan after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Jeremy Hobson reports that the relocations affected bottom lines -- in a good way.
GoodGuide.com gives consumers a fast and easy way to find product ratings in numerous categories from reliable sources like government and academic databases. Rachel Dornhelm tries it out.
The little wheeled bots bring products to shipping clerks, who say they like the assistance. Online retailer Zappos.com is one of several companies using them to get orders out faster. Sally Herships reports.
One of the blue double-deckers made in Belgium starts a trial run in the city today. It can carry more passengers and costs less to operate than the standard NYC buses. Ashley Milne-Tyte has more.
Compact fluorescent bulbs, or CFL's, come in many different sizes and shapes, not just the squiggly one. But are they dangerous because they have mercury in them? Joellen Easton finds out.
Determined to quell militant violence in the oil-rich but impoverished Niger Delta, the Nigerian government has set up peace talks and established a ministry for the region. Gretchen Wilson explains.
The report from the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations says the U.S. loses $100 billion a year in tax revenue to tax havens arranged by Wall Street banks for foreign investors. Janet Babin has more.
Are we there yet? The U.S. financial sector took yet another beating this morning. And things are worse in Europe. You wonder how much more it can take. Bob Moon talks to stock trader Ted Weisberg of Seaport Securities.
Marketplace Morning Report for Sept. 11, 2008