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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Mar 10, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, March 10, 2015: The rarified world of international banking is getting some new talent with news the longtime CEO of Credit Suisse is out. Although the management change was sudden it hardly comes out of nowhere, given the Swiss bank's struggles in recent years with new regulations that followed the 2008 financial collapse. More on that. Plus, when the housing market exploded, the fall out rained particularly hard on a handful of U.S. cities: Las Vegas, Phoenix, Atlanta. Yet in the last year, home prices across the country continued to edge up, leading to some optimism that even hard-hit cities were recovering. But if you visit the suburbs of Atlanta, you might find a tale of two recoveries.

 

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2015 the best job market in years for tech grads

Mar 10, 2015
Recruitment of engineers and computer science graduates is up more than 50 percent.

In Atlanta, not all neighborhoods come back

Mar 10, 2015
Though home prices rose in 2014, recovery is uneven in at least one city.
Rush hour traffic in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. (2 Apr 1996)
Matthew Stockman/ALLSPORT

Goldman Sachs could lose a financial weapon

Mar 10, 2015
The Federal Reserve might put limits on the bank's buying back of its own stock.

Apple's ResearchKit links iPhones to medical research

Mar 10, 2015
Using smartphones could significantly help our understanding of disease.

PODCAST: Party for parity

Mar 10, 2015
Party for parity, Goldman Sachs' failing grade, and grads in the high-tech industry.

Airing on Tuesday, March 10, 2015: The rarified world of international banking is getting some new talent with news the longtime CEO of Credit Suisse is out. Although the management change was sudden it hardly comes out of nowhere, given the Swiss bank’s struggles in recent years with new regulations that followed the 2008 financial collapse. More on that. Plus, when the housing market exploded, the fall out rained particularly hard on a handful of U.S. cities: Las Vegas, Phoenix, Atlanta. Yet in the last year, home prices across the country continued to edge up, leading to some optimism that even hard-hit cities were recovering. But if you visit the suburbs of Atlanta, you might find a tale of two recoveries.

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC