Segments From this episode
In a shutdown, people filing paper tax returns may be out of luck when it comes to a quick refund. People who e-file may have a different experience.
Rep. Paul Ryan's roadmap says slashing spending and taxes would generate billions in tax revenues, a new housing boom, and give us 2.8 percent unemployment by 2021. Really?
Going over listeners' responses to past Marketplace stories. This week: considering the 'dislike' button on Facebook, Citibank's new check policies and our April Fools' Day joke.
The Wall Street Journal's Leslie Scism discusses the paper's findings in an investigation of shares bought by former Berkshire Hathaway exec David Sokol, and how that has impacted the company's -- and CEO Warren Buffett's -- reputation.
Marketplace for April 6, 2011