Segments From this episode
Apple's earnings topped Wall Street forecasts, but it says the weak dollar didn't help. Reporter Jeremy Hobson talks with Bill Radke about how a number of companies reporting earnings might tell a different story.
The Kaiser Family Foundation will hold a briefing on bills in Congress that would let you pay for long-term care through voluntary payroll deductions. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
So-called 'chick lit' has been one of the bestselling book genres since the 90s. But since the recession's hit, the ladies of chick lit have had to change. Eve Troeh reports.
Chris Mayer from Columbia University's Business School talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about why applications for building permits have dropped and what's going on with the first-time home buyer tax break program.
President Obama will headline two Democratic fundraisers in New York, but only about a third of the donors coming will be from the financial industry. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Giant military contractor Lockheed Martin reported a healthy third-quarter profit. But it's still a tough environment for defense contractors. John Dimsdale reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, October 20, 2009