Segments From this episode
Danica Patrick is reportedly negotiating a switch of her driving allegiance to NASCAR. And with declining ratings and attendance, NASCAR could use a little of Patrick's star power. Joel Rose reports.
Foreclosure filings dropped from April to May, but rates are rising in states like Idaho, Oregon and Utah. Most of the new foreclosures seemed to be based around unemployment. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Are you in the market for a nuclear reactor? If so, you'll need about $10 billion to get started. Besides the environmental concerns, the cost of nuclear energy is also a problem. Sam Eaton looks into why it's so expensive.
Many in Chicago criticize Mayor Richard Daley's deal to privatize the parking meters, a move that's made parking an expensive burden. Adriene Hill explores whether privatizing public services has any noticeable financial benefits.
The European Court of Justice delivered a verdict on a trademark case involving a rabbit-shaped chocolate. Bill Radke talks to European correspondent Stephen Beard, who explains why the court may have fudged the issue.
What can the latest Treasury note auctions tell us about interest rates? Steve Chiotakis asks Bill Stone, Chief Investment Strategist at PNC Wealth Management in Philadelphia.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, June 11, 2009