Segments From this episode
Two House committees will be considering whether new regulations should be placed on hedge funds, which are struggling in the current financial crunch. Critics claim hedge fund investors would find a way around such rules. Alisa Roth reports.
The next presidential inauguration's going to be a big one, and as such hotel rooms will be hard to come by. So some attendees are beating the rush by doing a housing swap on Craigslist. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Citigroup is launching a program which will reach out to half a million borrowers to help them avoid foreclosure. Jennifer Collins gives details of the plan, which will keep borrowers paying in tinier amounts.
Michelle Obama says she has no plans to take on big policy issues while in the White House, but she will champion causes such as public service and the sacrifices made by military families. John Dimsdale reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 11, 2008