Apple's new iPad tablet has touched off a fight with Adobe over the new technology's exclusion of Flash software, a snub that started with the iPhone. Are the two brawlers evenly matched? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti's six-foot bronze sculpture called "Walking Man 1" sold for a world record price of over $104 million last night. Many experts are hailing this as a rebound for the art market. Stephen Beard reports.
Toyota will re-start auto production on Monday, with workers installing a redesigned gas pedal to fix the problem that started the recall. But the car maker is used to quick jumpstarts of its assembly line. Alisa Roth reports.
Why does the number of smokers in China exceed the U.S. population? And how is the country trying to turn that around? Steve Chiotakis takes the latest Marketplace Globalist Quiz with theglobalist.com editor-in-chief Stephan Richter.
Advocates for reforming chemical regulation are demanding the Senate enforce tougher rules on toxins. Jennifer Collins reports why scientists and other chemical reform supporters are pushing for higher safety standards.
Between repairs and lost sales, Toyota is estimating a total loss of about $2 billion from the gas pedal recall -- an especially bitter pill following news of a highly profitable quarter. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Amy Scott.
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