Nov 11, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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Gov't loses criminal financial-crisis case

Nov 11, 2009
Two former Bear Stearns hedge-fund managers have been found not guilty of lying to investors. Reporter Nancy Marshall Genzer talks with Steve Chiotakis about what this means for prosecutors pursuing charges against other Wall Street execs.

What the U.S. wants from China

Nov 11, 2009
President Obama will soon embark on his first trip to China. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports on what to expect.

U.K. recovery will be long, arduous

Nov 11, 2009
The head of Britain's central bank is issuing a grim forecast for his country's economy. European correspondent Stephen Beard talks the details with Bill Radke.

The most profitable cell maker is...

Nov 11, 2009
What's the most profitable cell-phone maker in the world? Hint: It only makes one phone. Jennifer Collins reports.

Where's the focus on customer service?

Nov 11, 2009
L.A. Times columnist David Lazarus talks with Bill Radke about why more businesses aren't focusing on customer service with so many consumers reluctant to spend.

Optimism in a recovery full of job cuts?

Nov 11, 2009
The markets have been on a tear, the economy is growing and lots of people are saying the recession is ending. But, layoffs continue. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Asian markets at risk of asset bubbles

Nov 11, 2009
The head of the World Bank is asking whether Asian countries are bouncing back too hard. Asia correspondent Scott Tong talks about whether Asian countries are in danger of overheating with Bill Radke.

Bush pilot loses battle with bear

Nov 11, 2009
What do a bush pilot, grizzly bear and three cases of duct tape have to do with each other? Bill Radke tells us.

Where men, women differ in investing

Nov 11, 2009
A report from online brokerage Scottrade shows differences in investment decisions between men and women. Jeremy Hobson reports.

A look at the Fed, job cuts

Nov 11, 2009
Richard DeKaser, president of Woodley Park Research, talks with Steve Chiotakis about whether Sen. Dodd's push to cut back on the Federal Reserve's power is a good idea, and what's going on with layoffs.

The team

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