Segments From this episode
In the 1995 shutdown, the web wasn't ubiquitous. Now government agencies have websites, blogs, Twitter accounts, and lots of their workers have Blackberries.
The Walt Disney Company will begin construction on Shanghai Disneyland tomorrow. And the park is expected to capitalize on existing demand for Disney products in China.
Following recent downgrades of Portugal's sovereign and bank debt, the country has turned to European Union and the International Monetary fund for a bailout package.
Today, the European Central Bank raised its key rate by .25 percent. Economist Carl Weinberg explains why that could be bad news for countries like Spain, Portugal and Ireland.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, April 7, 2011