Aug 26, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Segments From this episode

Climate science may be put on trial

Aug 26, 2009
The EPA is soon expected to formally declare that C02 emissions endanger human health. But that's something the world's largest business lobby wants to prevent with a public hearing on climate science. Sam Eaton reports.

Trade issues drive China, India apart

Aug 26, 2009
India and China are becoming increasingly influential in world trade, but relations between the two countries may be souring. Raymond Thibodeaux reports.

Sen. Kennedy's impact on health care

Aug 26, 2009
Reporter Steve Henn talks with Steve Chiotakis about Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy's economic and health care legacy as we look back on his life.

Supporters rally for health care reform

Aug 26, 2009
Democrats and others are kicking off a coordinated campaign in support of reforming the health care system. Tamara Keith reports.

Is wireless market competitive enough?

Aug 26, 2009
The FCC is meeting this week to talk about the wireless industry, which critics complain is not competitive enough. Alisa Roth reports.

Sarkozy pushes model to curb bonuses

Aug 26, 2009
French President Nicholas Sarkozy is cracking down on banker bonuses and urging the U.S. and other nations to follow suit. Stephen Beard reports.

Subprime lenders set to collect $21b

Aug 26, 2009
Lenders that contributed to the subprime mortgage crisis will get more than $21 billion in taxpayer money to help borrowers modify the terms of troubled loans. Steve Henn reports.

Why durable goods orders are up

Aug 26, 2009
Richard DeKaser, president of Woodley Park Research, talks with Steve Chiotakis about whether the increase in car sales is responsible for the rise in durable goods orders, and if it's another sign of recovery.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC