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A bank customer tells Amy Scott that after his bank closed and his second bank had to be bailed out, he has trouble trusting banks in general. He's doing OK now, but only because he trusts the FDIC.
A new survey from Forrester Research predicts online sales will climb 17 percent this year. That's despite the current economic climate. That spells trouble for the old brick and mortar. How do stores intend to fight back? By raising prices! Lisa Napoli explains.
American Airlines became the latest Tuesday to cancel flights to inspect wiring so it complies with FAA regulations -- not for safety issues. Airlines are losing money from those canceled flights. Dan Grech reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, April 9, 2008