Segments From this episode
Just one day after the London Stock Exchange announced a merger with the Toronto Stock Exchange, NYSE Euronext announced it is nearing a buy-out agreement with Deutsche Borse of Germany. David Gura has more.
The Congressional Oversight Panel that oversees the TARP program has released a report on executive bonuses at bailed out financial institutions. Former Democratic Senator Ted Kaufman, who chairs the Congressional Oversight Panel, explains the report's findings.
The U.S. Labor Department announced this morning that the weekly jobless claims fell to the lowest level in nearly three years. House republicans think that some government regulation is getting in the way of new jobs. David Gura explains.
According to Central Intelligence Agency Director Leon Panetta, U.S. reports indicate that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak could step down as early as Thursday night. Alisa Roth reports from Amman, Jordan, about the economic implications of an Egyptian democracy.
A bill in Washington state would tax electric vehicle drivers for the gas they aren't using to power their cars. As Sarah Gardner reports, it's all about finding new ways to pay for growing budget deficits.
As companies release their earnings reports, Marketplace's economics correspondent Chris Farrell pinpoints the important sectors of the economy.
A contract showdown between NFL owners and players is approaching, and a lockout would have wide economic ripples.
As New York Fashion week begins, some designers are backing a bill in Washington that would give their work copyright protection. Janet Babin reports from the runway.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, February 10, 2011