Segments From this episode
Taiwanese company Acer's mini laptop is the top brand for netbooks this holiday season, and the brand's overall success is just one indicator of the strength of Taiwan's tech sector. Scott Tong reports.
The president of the Copenhagen conference has suddenly resigned. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard about why the move on is a bad sign for summit negotiations.
Citigroup may have had more motivation to free itself from government debt than the pressure to keep up with other big Wall Street banks. Bill Radke talks with Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson about a quiet IRS exemption.
European regulators dropped their antitrust case against Microsoft after the company agreed to offer customers a choice of rival Web browsers. Steve Chiotakis gets details from Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson.
The House passed a bill strengthening sanctions against Iran in an effort to step up pressure on the country to end its nuclear weapons program. Brett Neely explores what's involved in the bill.
A report out today indicates that while Americans paid more for energy and food in November, most other prices were flat. Steve Chiotakis talks about the consumer price index rose with Richard DeKaser of Woodley Park Research.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, December 16, 2009