Segments From this episode
Thousands of fleeing Egyptian workers stranded in Tunisia on the Libyan border will be repatriated, in hopes of limiting the number of refugees flowing into Europe
Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas, responds to concerns that higher gas and oil prices could lead to slower economic growth and a double-dip recession.
A chief economist at Mesirow Financial says today's workers are extremely productive. But how long we can expect this level of worker productivity to continue?
The creator of the hit series "Entourage" has sold HBO a comedy about an unemployed banker. Are we ready to laugh about the financial crisis?
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, March 3, 2011