Segments From this episode
It looks like President Obama's healthcare law will be decided by the Supreme Court. Yesterday a lower court judge declared part of the law unconstitutional. Janet Babin has more.
Jeremy Hobson speaks to Ted Kaufman, chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel, about TARP's mortgage modification program, and the status of TARP.
Department store JC Penney wants to turn Facebook fans into shoppers. It's one of the first major retailers to launch a web-store inside Facebook. Janet Babin has more.
Jeremy Hobson speaks to Juli Niemann, analyst at Smith Moore and Company, about retail numbers and Best Buy's retail struggles.
There is more criticism for a federal mortgage modification program included in the TARP bailout. TARP's congressional watchdog says HAMP has left billions of federal dollars unspent and millions of homeowners dissatisfied. Janet Babin reports.
Steve Chiotakis speaks with Marshall Cohen, chief retail analyst with the NPD Group about what today's retail numbers mean for the holidays, and this year's holiday shopping trends.
Anyone who's been at an airport is familiar with the marshalers, the workers with wands guiding planes around the runways. But now American Airlines has begun using sensors as a way to guide planes. Are marshalers in danger of losing their jobs?
Hollywood's awards season is about to start. Looking back on this year's film, one trend sticks out: the questioning of facts -- even in documentaries. And it seems like filmgoers liked it.
The mass transit tax break would allow commuters to write off up to $230 per month for using public transportation like buses or van pools. And as David Gura reports, it could help out the economy in a lot of other ways too.
Steve Chiotakis talks to former U.K. prime minister Gordon Brown about the beginnings of the financial crisis and about Brown's new book, "Beyond the Crash: Overcoming the First Crisis of Globalization."
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, December 14, 2010