Segments From this episode
Commentator Matt Samelson argues that high-frequency trading shouldn't be vilified as a troublemaker, but seen as a type of trading that maximizes value out of the market and corrects mispricing.
Small investors pulled out from U.S. stock market mutual funds in a big way over the last few months. So where is all that money going? Marketplace's Alisa Roth follows the money.
With big budget cuts on the horizon, British art organizations are going to have to look beyond the government for funding. Marketplace's Christopher Werth has the story.
Bill Radke speaks with Randy Cohen of Americans for the Arts about how contributions to American arts nonprofits have been faring through the recession and why companies and people should support the arts.
Bonnie Wisnowski, director of visual presentation for Eileen Fisher, doesn't like to talk to people on the plane. She shares the song she listens to on the plane to help her fall asleep as quickly as possible.
Just before Hewlett-Packard and Dell offered to buyout 3PAR, a data storage company, 3PAR's investors were deciding whether to sell the company or hold out for better future returns. Marketplace's Janet Babin looks into why 3PAR caught the eye of the two computer giants.
Marketplace for Monday, August 23, 2010