Segments From this episode
Bankrupt Frontier Airlines is going up for auction, and the low-cost carrier is likely to be bought by Southwest, which may raise eyebrows across the airline industry. Jeremy Hobson reports.
During the housing boom, homebuilders used defective drywall in homes in 23 states. Prosecuting its manufacturer in China has been a jurisdictional nightmare, but a bill may change things. Dan Grech reports.
Reporter Brett Neely talks with Steve Chiotakis about the 0.3% economic growth Germany and France experienced last quarter, which officially ends their recessions, and how both countries managed to bounce back so quickly.
Andrew Hilton, director of the Center for the Study of Financial Innovation, talks with Bill Radke about the surprising economic growth in France and Germany, and whether it's an inventory-led bounce or will last over time.
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Wealth Management, talks with Steve Chiotakis about July's retail sales and what Germany and France are doing that we aren't.
Cash for Clunkers will not take cars made after 1984. L.A. Times reporter Ken Bensinger talks with Bill Radke about how the classic car lobby managed to get that exclusion through Congress.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, August 13, 2009