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Companies like Ford, Southwest Airlines and Pepsi are using social networking Web sites, and changing corporate culture to do it. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Germany's government is scheduled to hold talks with final bidders for GM's European operations, also known as Opel. But GM doesn't see much growth potential in Europe. Jill Barshay reports.
Glossy home magazines once celebrated the rise of modern prefab architecture with its clean lines and green materials. Then the housing market crashed. But green prefab isn't dead. Sam Eaton reports.
The Obama administration wants to publicly out loan-servicing companies that aren't doing enough to help homeowners eligible for the government's loan modification program. How effective would that be? Bill Radke talks to professor Chris Mayer.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, August 4, 2009