Segments From this episode
Embattled News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch's empire began with a single newspaper in Australia. As his holdings in the UK come under fire, we take a look at how that one paper turned into a business spanning continents.
An expensive mortgage-backed security settlement and a balance sheet still weighed down by bad loans contributed to a $9 billion second-quarter loss for the largest bank in the country.
With 400 remaining Borders stores closing, and a growth in the popularity of multi-family homes, the real estate market is developing to meet new demands. Juli Niemann explains.
Pallavi Gogoi, business writer for the Associated Press, explains how a nationwide investigation into robo-signed mortgage documents could reveal 'millions' of questionable signatures.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 19, 2011