Segments From this episode
The House is likely to approve a bill today that tackles credit card fees and interest rate hikes. But bankers oppose fee limitations, saying they would mean higher interest rates for many card users. John Dimsdale reports.
Talks between Chrysler, its creditors and the U.S. Treasury hit a snag when the hedge funds that own part of the automaker's debt balked. But a Chrysler bankruptcy doesn't mean the deal with Fiat is off. Steve Henn reports.
European ministers will wait until after E.U. health officials' meeting today to decide whether or not to impose a ban on travel. But is a full-on travel ban really necessary? Christopher Werth reports.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is slated to earn more than anyone in the NFL, a fact the commissioner says is "ridiculous." Joel Rose explores why the NFL pays more for its rookies compared to other sports leagues.
Between spinning a violent drug trade and trying to curb the swine flu outbreak, Mexico has a lot to deal with to improve its image abroad. Dan Grech reports what the country can do to try to win back tourism.
Steve Choitakis talks to Lance Pan, Director of Investment Research at Capital Advisors Group in Boston, about the implications of a Chrysler bankruptcy for the nation's economy.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, April 30, 2009