Segments From this episode
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is set to testify on Capitol Hill about how the Fed plans to prevent inflation once the economy recovers. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the Fed has a new tool at its disposal.
MGM Mirage is under pressure from New Jersey gaming regulators for alleged links its partner may have to Chinese organized crime syndicates. So MGM is divesting its stake in Atlantic City and holding onto its casino venture in China. Mitchell Hartman reports.
More than $640 million has been raised for Haiti so far, and the biggest agencies have gotten the most of it. The Chronicle of Philanthropy's Stacey Palmer talks with Kai Ryssdal about some ways money might be distributed more widely.
Public universities and community colleges are reeling from the impact of state budget cuts as enrollment on their campuses surges. But private colleges have welcomed the excess students with open arms. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Marketplace for Monday, February 8, 2010