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Oct 29, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, October 29, 2009

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China's iPhone workers face hard times

Oct 29, 2009
The iPhone will soon go on sale in China, but what's life like for the people who manufacture the iPhone? Scott Tong reports.

Another extension for jobless benefits?

Oct 29, 2009
The Senate may take up a bill to extend benefits for more than a million unemployed Americans -- the fourth such extension. Mitchell Hartman reports.

Study: 'Clunkers' had weak impact

Oct 29, 2009
Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte talks with Bill Radke about a new study by Edmunds.com that says Cash for Clunkers cost taxpayers $24,000 per vehicle sold, and resulted in only 125,000 additional car sales.

Software prices tickets for best value

Oct 29, 2009
Barry Kahn, co-founder of Qcue, talks with Bill Radke about his software, which adjusts prices for entertainment-event tickets based on changing factors in the market.

Oil giant Shell seeks to trim costs

Oct 29, 2009
Shell is reporting a 62% drop in third-quarter profits, and the future might not look much better for the oil giant. Stephen Beard reports.

Auto industry supply chain is shrinking

Oct 29, 2009
The companies that make parts for cars are struggling. Alisa Roth reports.

House looks to rework financial rules

Oct 29, 2009
Reporter Ashley Milne-Tyte talks with Bill Radke about a House committee hearing on what it hopes is a financial fix called "systemic regulation."

The Internet address goes global

Oct 29, 2009
ICANN, the company that acts as the world's clearinghouse for Internet domains, is about to help the Web speak the local language around the world.

What's driving economic growth?

Oct 29, 2009
The Commerce Department reports the economy grew for the first time in a year in the third quarter -- 3.5%. Mark Zandi with Moody's Economy.com talks the details with Stacey Vanek-Smith.

Rivals close in on Nintendo

Oct 29, 2009
Nintendo says its profit dropped 52% last quarter. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC