Segments From this episode
To get people excited for the release of the alien thriller film District 9, Sony teamed up with marketing firm Trigger to create an augmented reality. Kai Ryssdal finds out what that means from entertainment journalist Claude Brodesser-Akner.
Dropping home prices and a dismal job market mean more people are staying put and moving companies have fewer customers. Lenora Chu reports online competition is also giving traditional movers a headache.
Freelance journalist Heidi Moore and Clusterstock's John Carney talk with Kai Ryssdal about when the Federal Reserve can start raising interest rates again, and its political role in this economic climate.
August commemorates the 40-year anniversary of Woodstock, and a lot of other things happened in 1969 too. Rico Gagliano explores the surprising number of 40th anniversaries we're experiencing lately.
Boeing's new Dreamliner is facing another setback -- a problem with the plane's high-tech skin. Joel Rose reports on Boeing's manufacturing challenges as it switches from aluminum to composite materials.
Marketplace for Friday, August 14, 2009