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Brendan Francis Newnam and Rico Galigano talk with fellow Marketplace staffers about under-the-radar business stories involving Facebook bullies, the YouTube degree and Phil Collins' retirement.
Kai Ryssdal goes over the past week's financial news with Sudeep Reddy from the Wall Street Journal and Leigh Gallagher from Fortune Magazine. This week: The budget fight in Washington, and the oil bubble.
The Japanese had invested more than a decade and hundreds of millions of dollars into an early-warning system that might have saved a number of lives today.
The health reform law will be encouraging doctors, hospitals and insurance companies to work together in caring for Medicare patients through what are called accountable care organizations. But will they work?
Marketplace for March 11, 2011