Segments From this episode
Green energy advocates are meeting in New York today to try to drum up private investment for cleaner technologies. But traditional fuel is still cheaper than its cleaner alternatives. John Dimsdale reports.
In a blog post yesterday, Facebook announced that it's finally making enough cash to cover its costs. While that doesn't mean it's turning a profit, analysts say it's a good sign if the company wants to go public. Amy Scott reports.
Physicians and other medical specialists worry about how their pay will be affected in the debate on reform. But some also want to see money used to promote preventive care. Jill Barshay reports in our latest installment of "The Cure."
California courts are closed today for one day in an effort to save money, and many court employees are furloughed. This is set to happen once a month. Jeff Tyler looks at how this will impact the system and whether it will help.
Lawyers representing Lehman Brothers have filed papers in U.S. bankruptcy court claiming British bank Barclays made more than $8 billion when it bought Lehman assets a year ago. Stephen Beard reports.
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Spector held a Senate hearing this week exploring whether cell phones cause cancer. Why has the question resurfaced now? Bill Radke talks to Los Angeles Times business columnist David Lazarus
Gas prices had a lot to do with the rise in the Consumer Price Index. Should we paying close attention to this as an indicator of inflation? Bill Radke asks Greg McBride, senior financial analyst for Bankrate.com.
Senator Max Baucus's health care bill has no Republican support. Does that doom it from the start? Steve Chiotakis talks this and other news affecting markets today with Bill Stone from PNC Wealth Management.
The Treasury Department said this morning it'll wind down an emergency program created to ease the financial crisis. Officials want to avoid hitting the national debt limit. But analysts say this is a positive sign. Amy Scott reports.
The Senate version of the health care bill is out, but so far it only has the support of the Democrats. Bill Radke goes over key points of the bill -- which includes no public insurance option -- with health care strategist Les Funtleder.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, September 16, 2009