Segments From this episode
The Republicans begin their winter meeting in Washington today, but with three different winners in three primary states, they're struggling to present a unified front. Jeremy Hobson reports.
The Transportation Department is proposing that airports charge airlines more to land flights during peak hours in an effort to ease congestion. Nancy Marshall Genzer explains.
All around the world, stock markets are indicating an imminent U.S. recession. Doug Krizner talks to the Times of London's Nick Haysel about the U.K.'s reaction to overnight market drops.
Burger King's two-year battle with Florida tomato pickers over a penny-per-pound raise is coming to a head with the news that BK has begun planning to buy tomatoes elsewhere. Dan Grech tells us more.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, January 16, 2008