Segments From this episode
The Environmental Protection Agency has ruled that greenhouse gases pose a threat to public safety, which could lead to sweeping regulations across several industries. Business groups want Congress to legislate greenhouse gas emissions instead. Steve Henn reports.
Founders of the file-sharing Web site The Pirate Bay have been found guilty of violating copyright laws. Will the ruling change file sharing? Rico Gagliano reports.
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Citibank have all reported better-than-expected earnings for the last quarter. Kai Ryssdal speaks with Reuters blogger Felix Salmon and Clusterstock.com's John Carney about whether the good times will last.
Marketplace's Tess Vigeland and Amy Scott have been revisiting many of the places they hit last fall to see how people are coping with the downturn. They speak to Kai Ryssdal about whether people, like an Ohio car salesman, are now feeling more optimistic or worse about the economy.
Tecktonik began as a dance style in the middle class suburbs south of Paris. Now it's a registered trademark that even has its own brand of duvet covers. As John Laurenson reports, not everyone's happy about that.
Marketplace for Friday, April 17, 2009