Segments From this episode
Iran's acknowledgment of a previously secret nuclear plant garnered strong international reactions. The U.S., U.K. and France want Iran to disclose its nuclear efforts or face new sanctions. Jeremy Hobson reports.
For decades, the governments of the eight economic powers have considered themselves the major decision-makers on the global economy. But from now on all members of the G-20 will be included in discussions. Bob Moon reports.
The last time you flew, you may have noticed you were opening up your wallet... a lot. Why? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Fortune's Leigh Gallagher and Clusterstock's John Carney talk with Kai Ryssdal about whether the time for meaningful financial system reform has passed, and where we go from here.
The recession has a lot of people thinking about the markets, whether to stay in or get out. For commentator Lauren Silverman, things are starting to get a little out of hand.
European correspondent Stephen Beard talks with Kai Ryssdal about what's at stake in the upcoming German elections, and why the economic downturn hasn't hurt Chancellor Angela Merkel.
To boost sales, the Los Angeles Dodgers are trying a new marketing method: a ticket truck. Nancy Farghalli reports.
Marketplace for Friday, September 25, 2009