Segments From this episode
The BP spill anniversary reminds us that oil is ubiquitous. Replacing it isn't so easy, but some industries are coming up with alternatives.
Strong corporate profits show that industrial output is a bright spot for the U.S. economy, as global demand and a weak dollar drive sales.
The Obama administration urges colleges to remind students they qualify for coverage under their parents' health insurance, to get them accustomed to having insurance before the health care law mandates it for everyone.
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock discusses his new documentary, "POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," and why he decided to make a sponsored film about the world of product placement.
Sports editor Dave Zirin talks about Major League Baseball's decision to take over the Los Angeles Dodgers, and how all of baseball has become a reflection of the downturn of the U.S. economy.
Marketplace for April 21, 2011