Feb 11, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, February 11, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, February 11, 2010

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E.U. leaders reach deal on Greek debt

Feb 11, 2010
The European Union has reached a deal on a financial rescue for Greece to prevent the country's debt problems from spreading to other eurozone countries. Steve Chiotakis gets details from Marketplace's Stephen Beard.

Washingtonians need shovels now!

Feb 11, 2010
Residents snowbound for another day in the nation's capital are desperately seeking shovels and plows to dig out from their homes and businesses. John Dimsdale reports.

Banks losing on falling property values

Feb 11, 2010
The Congressional Oversight Panel, which oversees TARP, says it has new concerns about banks that made loans for commercial real estate. Its chair, Elizabeth Warren, explains to Steve Chiotakis.

Olympics advertising can still pay off

Feb 11, 2010
NBC projects it will lose $200 million on the Vancouver Winter Olympics, as some of the bigger traditional advertisers are skipping the games entirely. But Mitchell Hartman reports there are still golden marketing opportunities to be found there.

'Survivor' and reality shows still kicking

Feb 11, 2010
Reality show Survivor celebrates its 10-year anniversary tonight with a 20th edition of the show. Ashley Milne-Tyte delves into a history of the show and how it helped bring a whole new business model to television.

Hooters seeks buyer in hard times

Feb 11, 2010
With the casual restaurant industry experiencing big drops in sales, the Hooters chain is looking for a buyer. Jeremy Hobson reports -- without using a single Hooters-themed pun.

White House report is good in context

Feb 11, 2010
The White House released its annual economic report this morning with news that credit would stay tight and unemployment would remain high. Not a great report, but not horrible when kept in perspective, as Brett Neely reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC