Segments From this episode
New York City is normally an epicenter for construction and real estate, but developers are having a hard time filling up spaces lately. Sally Herships reports why the city's streets are quieter than usual right now.
Renewable energy has a tough battle these days against cheaper oil and difficult credit, but a solar-cell plant in Oregon is still pushing its product down the line. Mitchell Hartman looks closer into the solar industry.
Unemployment reports are daunting to building owners, as job losses mean fewer rentals. Renita Jablonski explores the correlation between joblessness and a growing number of apartment vacancies.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may not be viewed too favorably for their roles in the current credit crisis, but they were big contributors to local charities. Rachel Dornhelm looks into the loss for D.C. nonprofits.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, October 28, 2008