Despite a $6 billion loss last quarter and no help from federal bailout money, Ford still believes it can weather the storm on its own. Steve Henn crunches the numbers and explores whether the company can make it.
The World Economic Forum continues in Davos, Switzerland, and many there are trying to figure out where to find growth in this economy. Steve Chiotakis talks to Diane Brady, senior editor at BusinessWeek magazine.
Shell posted a huge drop in quarterly earnings, coming down from last year, where the company made the biggest corporate profit in European history. Stephen Beard reports the dwindling price of oil is bad news for the company.
A report coming out today from the congressional panel overseeing TARP says government regulators could have stopped the financial crisis if they'd had more power. Steve Henn reports the panel is calling for more bank regulation.
Ever wish you could be like the women in James Bond movies? Enroll in the Stiletto Spy School and you can learn it all -- from mixing the perfect martini to firing an uzi. Marketplace's Amy Scott took a crash course.
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