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Segments From this episode
Host Tess Vigeland talks to Steven Pitts of the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research about the job market for African Americans and the numbers from the center's latest report.
Software update won't fix bad reception and dropped calls complaining as some iPhone customer still complain about poor reception. Reporter Bob Moon gives an update on the iPhone signal situation.
Reuters's Felix Salmon and the Atlantic's Megan McArdle talk with Tess Vigeland about the latest unemployment figures and what it means for the recovery, and the financial reform bill.
There are no roads for cars in or out out of Peruvian town Iquitos, which is deep in the Amazonian rainforest -- so Honda opened a motorcycle factory to cater to local needs.
Marketplace for Friday, July 2, 2010