Segments From this episode
With the spikes in oil prices there has also been a jump in the number of oil investors. The Senate is wondering if speculation could be the cause of high prices. John Dimsdale reports.
A small group of banks will be giving customers the option to charge an extra penny on their credit card to donate to United Way of America. Jeremy Hobson reports why pennies could amount to more than nickels.
European car maker Fiat is considering building a factory in the U.S. to take advantage of a cheap dollar. Scott Jagow talks to Megan Williams about whether this continental jump could become a wider trend.
The life and love of opera star Maria Callas has garnered mystique since her death 30 years ago. Now, those captivated by her story can grab the juicier memorabilia off the auction block. Lisa Napoli has more.
Concerns over the safety of China-made toys have made business boom for toy makers who can brandish a "Made in the USA" label. Stacey Vanek-Smith has the story of one company entering a busy season.
Libya's multibillion-dollar deal with France is just one example of how the country is beginning to actively trade with Western countries. Gretchen Wilson reports U.S. oil firms are expectedly attracted.
Despite the cap-and-trade system inspired by the Kyoto Protocol, Europe's greenhouse gas emissions are still rising. Sarah Gardner looks into where the scheme may have failed -- and where it could still succeed.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, December 11, 2007