Segments From this episode
A big Wall Street lobbying group, seeking to influence regulation designed to police the financial industry, holds a fundraising dinner for Congressman Frank.
Data storage firm EMC has offered to replace millions of potentially compromised "SecurID" electronic keys after hackers attempted to use stolen information from the keys to break into Lockheed Martin's network.
Health officials throughout Europe continue to hunt for the origin of the deadly E. coli outbreak after early tests failed to identify German bean spouts as the source.
A new survey finds almost 40 percent of homeowners who took out second mortgages are underwater on their loans -- a result that reduces your ability to move, refinance or sell your house, and puts you at increased risk of foreclosure.
As the European Union prepares to host an emergency meeting concerning the outbreak of E. coli, Michael Osterholm from the University of Minnesota explains the current investigation, and compares Europe's situation to past U.S. outbreaks.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 7, 2011