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Despite selling its U.S. frozen pizza business to Nestle in a $3.7 billion deal, the extra cash still hasn't helped Kraft win over Cadbury. But some say the tide may be turning in Kraft's favor. Christopher Werth reports.
A report says health spending slowed in 2008, while the health care industry overall grew at its slowest rate in 50 years. Gregory Warner explores what kept many hospitals running.
Airport security may just be getting tighter now, but one little-known measure allowing officials to scan through or confiscate your laptop indefinitely has had businesses upset for a while. At least, the ones who know about it. Alisa Roth reports.
The Conference Board released a survey among people working that found only 45 percent of those polled were satisfied with their jobs. Employees under age 25 were the most unhappy. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
If the fall of the auto industry wasn't hard enough for auto parts suppliers, they're now getting denied crucial support from lenders in their efforts to survive. Jeremy Hobson reports.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show kicks off later this week in Las Vegas, and if the Christmas season is any indicator, it may not be horrible. Bill Radke talks with reporter Michael Learmonth about what show visitors might get to see.
DVD sales were down about 13 percent last year as movie fans spent more money on actual movie tickets. But that doesn't help the films with revenue, as a big chunk of that usually comes from DVD sales. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, January 5, 2010