Segments From this episode
Economic figures like former Fed chief Alan Greenspan are favorite targets of those looking for someone to blame about market downturn. But commentator Will Wilkinson says Monday morning quarterbacking is a bit too easy.
Today, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson talks to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce about the state of the economy. But despite talk on the mortgage markets, Alisa Roth reports that an economic overview is off the agenda.
At one time, California had the toughest electric vehicle mandate in the country. Tomorrow, California Air Resources Board will update what's left of the state's zero-emissions program. Sarah Gardner has more.
Business software giant Oracle will share its quarterly earnings later today, and many analysts see the company as an economic indicator for the tech sector. Lisa Napoli looks at why their business is so important.
After gaining unexpectedly yesterday against the euro, dollar once again fell again after a rise in German business confidence. Megan Williams reports why certain economic factors in Germany made the report unexpected.
Younger people typically don't take the time to think about investing in their future, but a group of mutual funds is marketing with a slant towards Gen-Xers. Alisa Roth has more on fashionable financial planning.
Motorola announced it will be spinning off its ailing mobile phone handset business, a move the company hopes will allow for more flexibility. Amy Scott reports they're also hoping to silence frustrated investors.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, March 26, 2008