Segments From this episode
Asian stock markets have done well the past few weeks, but political instability in Thailand has highlighted big concerns about the region's emerging economies. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Some people think the future of the movie industry is in 3-D films. But a battle is brewing between Fox and theater chain Regal Entertainment Group over who will pick up the tab for 3-D glasses. Jill Barshay reports.
Chances are that when you turn on the TV, you'll end up seeing some sort of political advertising. Kai Ryssdal speaks with Politico's Kenneth Vogel about how broadcasters make a lot of money from these commercials.
E-readers allow users to read books digitally, but sales of the hand-held devices have grown slowly. That may be changing as Amazon and Sony, along with some well-funded start-ups, push a new generation of e-readers. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Marketplace for Monday, April 13, 2009