Aug 10, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, August 10, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Segments From this episode

Tiger Woods may be losing his mojo

Aug 10, 2010
The PGA championship starts Thursday, and for the first time in years, Tiger Woods is struggling with his game.

Content vs. telecoms: Net neutrality explained

Aug 10, 2010
Google and Verizon have found some middle ground in the net neutrality debate. Jeff Horwich explains how this affects your Internet use right now.

Fed may try quantitative easing to boost economy

Aug 10, 2010
There's speculation the Fed is going to try quantitative easing to fight economic doldrums. Nancy Marshall Genzer explains.

Police raid Google's Seoul office on data concerns

Aug 10, 2010
South Korean police are continuing an investigation into data collected during Google's street-mapping sweeps across the country.

U.K. offering bounty to uncover welfare fraud

Aug 10, 2010
The British government is offering bounties for credit-reporting companies that uncover cases of welfare fraud. Some critics are calling it "un-British".

NYC community gardens threatened by commercial development

Aug 10, 2010
Urban gardeners in New York City are protesting proposed rules that would allow currently banned commercial development of city-owned community gardens.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC