Segments From this episode
The federal government is looking at a staffing crunch as a huge wave of employees readies to retire in the next five years. It could be a great opportunity for older workers. Danielle Karson reports.
Movie execs head to Utah hoping to find the next big box-office hit. And with potentially fewer films on the horizon, the competition could be fierce. Lisa Napoli reports.
Because of runaway inflation, it takes thousands of bills to buy even the most basic items in Zimbabwe. The government is now circulating notes up to 10 million. Scott Jagow talks with correspondent Gretchen Wilson.
All those service industry jobs add up to political capital, even as union membership is on the decline nationwide. Jeremy Hobson reports on how it's a big factor for Clinton and Obama.
Robert Howe talks with Doug Krizner about why the Hawaiian Islands are now home to a fast-growing group of hedge fund managers. The time zone and broadband access makes it convenient to work Asian markets.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, January 17, 2008