Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Jan 27, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, January 27, 2015: If you're a global company based in the U.S., a strong dollar doesn't necessarily benefit your business. More on that. Plus, the Irish airline Aer Lingus has approved the takeover bid by the parent company of British Airways. More on what happens next. And more and more healthcare is happening outside of hospitals. Often, that means patients are getting basic care at big retail stores. In Southern California, Kaiser Permanente recently opened four clinics inside Target locations. But when providers go out to meet patients where they are, can security get lost along the way?

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Is the dollar's strength a drag on tech earnings?

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Jan 27, 2015
Investors are looking for signs the strengthening U.S. dollar is hurting profits.

Aging power grid has more turning to generators

Jan 27, 2015
An estimated 7 percent of new homes come with a backup generator.

Is your medical information safe at Target?

Jan 27, 2015
The growth of retail clinics is raising concerns about safeguarding patient data.

U.S. steel makers face challenges to profits

Jan 27, 2015
Foreign competition and a decline in oil drilling counter a strong U.S. economy.

Mortgage program rates due to reset this year

Jan 27, 2015
What will it mean for homeowners?
In a week full of economic stats, what's the underlying momentum of growth?
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PODCAST: Preparing for a power outage

Jan 27, 2015
Microsoft stock tumbles, an update on the steel industry, and backup generators in the U.S.

Airing on Tuesday, January 27, 2015: If you’re a global company based in the U.S., a strong dollar doesn’t necessarily benefit your business. More on that. Plus, the Irish airline Aer Lingus has approved the takeover bid by the parent company of British Airways. More on what happens next. And more and more healthcare is happening outside of hospitals. Often, that means patients are getting basic care at big retail stores. In Southern California, Kaiser Permanente recently opened four clinics inside Target locations. But when providers go out to meet patients where they are, can security get lost along the way?

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC