Mar 21, 2011

Marketplace for March 21, 2011

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Marketplace for March 21, 2011

Segments From this episode

In Japan, Fukushima reactor sparks food fears

Mar 21, 2011
Some Tokyo restaurants find customers fear radiation may have contaminated food from the region near the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant.

AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile: The ripple effects

Mar 21, 2011
If approved, the $39 billion merger would create a telecom colossus and a potential threat to innovation.

Health care law turns a year old

Mar 21, 2011
President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law last March. The law call for big changes -- too big for some businesses.

Coalition jets fire on Libyan military sites

Mar 21, 2011
The U.S. plans to eventually hand off its leading role to its allies. Enforcing the no-fly zone costs the U.S. money and the question is how much and when those costs will taper off.

Stockbroker Schwab moves into options

Mar 21, 2011
Charles Schwab made stock-buying cheap and easy for small investors. Now Schwab is betting $1 billion on the growing demand for options trading.

Concerns in Europe over Libya intervention costs

Mar 21, 2011
As France and Britain take a lead role in imposing the no-fly zone in Libya, some ask whether they can afford the costs of military intervention.

100 years after the Triangle Fire

Mar 21, 2011
A new HBO documentary chronicles the tragedy and reform that followed the Triangle Fire of 1911, one of the worst industrial occupational disasters in U.S. history.

NFL lockout could shackle DirecTV's profits

Mar 21, 2011
With a court date looming between NFL players and owners, DirecTV is an anxious bystander because of its exclusive "NFL Sunday Ticket" package.

Music from the episode

Brain Freeze Sackcloth Fashion
Take Me with U Prince
Take Me with U Prince