Segments From this episode
Some major tech companies release earnings reports this week, and analysts say it wouldn't take a huge miss for one big name to take down the whole sector. Jennifer Collins reports where there could be signs of a rebound.
One in six people are said to suffer from overactive bladder, but some critics say the media exaggerates the problem. Kerry Grens looks into how some diseases may be perpetuated by pharmaceutical marketing to sell more drugs.
South Africa's ruling African National Congress is expected to win tomorrow's election, and some investors worry about the new administration's economic plans. Steve Chiotakis explores the potential new platform with Gretchen Wilson in Johannesburg.
The Israeli animated film "Waltz with Bashir" about the 1982 invasion of Lebanon is banned in the country, but pirated DVDs can still be found. And screenings of the film have attracted business. Ben Gilbert reports.
A study finds investor confidence is positive in Germany, thanks to stimulus efforts low inflation helping consumer spending. But the average German might need more to persuade them things are turning around. Christopher Werth reports.
Lawmakers are meeting this week on health care reform, and Democrats are hoping they can pass legislation with 51 votes in the Senate. Steve Henn explains why a budget reconciliation would allow that to be possible.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, April 21, 2009