Segments From this episode
The first-time homebuyer's tax-credit program is set to expire in less than two months. But many in the housing industry are lobbying to extend it. Steve Henn reports.
The Department of Energy gave 20 teams of college students $100,000 in seed money to build solar homes as part of the Solar Decathlon. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports what the winners can expect.
Dennis Streed asked a Verizon rep to sign a contract verifying there were no hidden costs on his bill after he received an ad offering a bundle of services for $77.99. He talks with Steve Chiotakis about the problems that ensued.
The Fox TV series "Glee" features a high-school glee club that breaks into song, and it's having quite an effect on digital-music sales. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
The SEC has reached a deal with Bank of America, which could give regulators an idea of what was going on at the bank as it wrapped up its merger with Merrill Lynch. Steve Henn reports.
Smith, Moore and Company analyst Juli Niemann talks with Steve Chiotakis about what the rising gold prices means, and how a potential CIT bankruptcy could affect the economy.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, October 13, 2009