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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets today with CEOs from top banks worldwide ahead of a raft of new regulation from global economies. Christopher Werth explores what the biggest regulating challenges will be.
Bankruptcy filings are on the rise again in U.S. courtrooms, bringing them back to levels which warrant Congress to put reforms back on the agenda. John Dimsdale reports what hoops debtors will have to jump to get creditor protection.
While many banks worldwide are working with governments to improve lending, Bank of China and other countrywide banks are doing fine. Scott Tong explores the benefits of the "Great Financial Wall of China".
Wal-Mart is headed to a federal appeals court, where it might be facing the nation's largest discrimination case. Will the courts allow 2 million women to go up against a single employer? Amanda Aronczyk reports.
As New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo makes headway getting back bonus money from AIG executives, he's thanked them for setting an example. Tamara Keith reports Cuomo's strategy for getting back the money.
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil tanker accident, and the oil industry has ramped up safety measures since then. But a proposal to drill in the Arctic has some experts worried. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Britain may have kicked off the industrial revolution, but the outlook for manufacturers is looking pretty grim. Christopher Werth explores where the U.K.'s manufacturing industry is heading, and where it could be successful now.
A bill before Congress called The Employee Free Choice Act would make it easier for workers to join unions. Most businesses oppose this bill, but three major retailers are working on a compromise. Janet Babin reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, March 24, 2009