Segments From this episode
Global airlines are doing better than expected with losses only coming to about $2.8 billion. Meanwhile, U.S. airlines are fighting new passenger regulations. Steve Chiotakis checks in on the airline industry with Marketplace's Alisa Roth.
Google says it could soon reach a conclusion from its talks with the Chinese government. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong about why Google potentially pulling out of China could hurt the search engine's relationship with Motorola.
The British energy giant BP is heading to Brazil to explore what could be the next big oil reserve. But the oil won't be easy to get to, as it rests many miles out at sea, under the ocean floor.…
The congressional panel that oversees the federal bailouts is questioning the decision to rescue consumer lender GMAC. Bill Radke talks to Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren, the panel's chair, about what could have been done differently.
Thousands of public and private sector workers are striking today in Athens, Greece in a demonstration against the government's austerity plan. Steve Chiotakis talks to reporter Joanna Kakissis from the scene on the streets.
Realty Trac reports 1 out of every 418 U.S. homes was foreclosed upon last month. The foreclosure rate isn't rising as rapidly as it has in past years, but that's only because banks are inundated with paperwork. Nancy Marshall Genzer…
The school board in Kansas City, Mo. voted to close half the schools in its district to avoid going broke. Other districts around the country have been closing schools, as well, but none to this extent. Alisa Roth reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, March 11, 2010