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Segments From this episode
Last year, the Obama administration said Chrysler wouldn't survive without a bailout of cash. Now, Chrysler Financial is starting to make money on loan payments.
Managing the finances of a practice isn't a common class in med school, but there are still ways to learn. Gregory Warner visited a student-run clinic in Philadelphia.
Learning from the BP spill, Exxon Mobil, Shell, Chevron and ConocoPhillips are committing a quarter of a billion dollars each to construct a rapid response unit that could quickly move in place to collect leaking oil.
Chinese Internet search giant Baidu reported quarterly profits that more than doubled, thanks in part to the engine's ability to gobble up Google's market share.
Marketplace's Wall Street reporter Jeremy Hobson escaped Manhattan this week for a series on how the rest of the country is dealing with the recession. He joins us from Memphis, Tenn., to talk about how joblessness and foreclosures are affecting the region.
Tony Woodhams, CEO of the sports hedge fund Centaur Group, talks about the recently created Galileo hedge fund, which analyzes sports probability and statistics in the same way investors bet on the financial markets.
General Motors' bid to acquire auto financing firm AmeriCredit for $3.5 billion points to a resurgence by automakers to become loan originators for their customers
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, July 22, 2010