May 27, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, May 27, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, May 27, 2010

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BP's 'top kill' is successfully plugging oil leak

May 27, 2010
Latest effort to seal the spewing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico is working so far, according to top officials leading the cleanup effort.

Bradshaw prefers PC to Mac in 'Sex and the City 2'

May 27, 2010
Macs are the more traditional bet for sleeker, sexier laptops. But could Hewlett-Packard's new design, which won it product placement in the Sex and the City sequel, threaten Apple's title?

Eurozone advances on spending cuts

May 27, 2010
Spanish lawmakers have decided to make substantial cuts in public spending. Italy has also signed off on its own series of spending cuts.

For authors, dealing with booksellers can be key

May 27, 2010
Authors and booksellers are crowding Book Expo America in New York City to seal the deal on which books will end up in which bookstores. Lisa Napoli explains why this is a vital step for authors who want sales success.

United, Continental testify in Senate on merger

May 27, 2010
Continental and United CEOs are testifying before the Senate committee on the merger between Continental and United.

Will new zombie film draw moviegoers?

May 27, 2010
Jim Kendrick, assistant professor of film at Baylor University, talks with Jeremy Hobson about George Romero's latest movie, "Survival of the Dead," and how unusual a big zombie movie like that is.

Scottish property owners thwart Trump's golf plans

May 27, 2010
Donald Trump's attempts to build a golf club on Scotland's Northeast coast are being thwarted by local property owners.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC