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Segments From this episode
Normally, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke goes to Capitol Hill to look at his actions during the financial crisis. This time, he's discussing an exit strategy. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Brett Neely about why we even need an exit strategy.
Honeybees are continuing to die off at an alarming pace to beekeepers, and the cause still eludes experts. But a new study shows a combination of factors from disease to pesticides may be partially to blame. Sarah Gardner reports.
High-ranking congressional Democrats met with President Obama in an effort to pass Congress's bank reforms. Steve Chiotakis talks to business editor Matthew Bishop of The Economist about whether there's enough momentum for that to happen.
President Obama is campaigning for the new health care law to a skeptical public in Iowa. Sarah McCammon talks to business owners in Iowa City to see how they feel about the new reform.
Verizon is allowing subscribers to make calls using voice-over Internet service Skype. The company's embrace of this method, which it was dead set against before, shows a new trend in the way mobile carries are thinking. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, March 25, 2010