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India's launch of Fair & Handsome skin-lightening cream three years ago has started a boom for male grooming products throughout the country. Raymond Thibodeaux explores the link between status and lighter skin and how it translates to profits.
Bank of America is planning to shut down as many as 10% of its neighborhood branches. Bank executives see the need for physical locations dwindling as computers and smart phones take over. Mitchell Hartman reports.
If you're pinched for a stay in a luxury hotel suite this vacation, why not try a luxury stay outdoors? Between multi-room tents and propane ovens, first-time campers are getting the good life at a discount. Jennifer Collins reports.
The Tribune Company will be giving VIP seats to key financial players at today's game at Wrigley Field to woo a prospective Chicago Cubs buyers. Bob Moon looks into the deal and concerns for the potential team owner.
European oil company BP reported second-quarter earnings were down by more than 50 percent compared to last year. But analysts say it could easily have been worse. Stephen Beard looks into why these are being considered decent numbers.
Today, the House Financial Services Committee considers a bill to give shareholders a say on executive salaries and bonuses. But some say the move could undermine the power of a board of directors. Jeremy Hobson reports.
The Obama administration's loan modification program to keep people in their homes hasn't had the results many were hoping for. Mortgage servicers will be at the White House today to explain why. Mitchell Hartman reports.
The Obama administration's loan modification program is meant to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. Bill Radke talks to real estate professor Chris Mayer, who says the expectations for the program aren't realistic.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 28, 2009