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Jun 22, 2009

Marketplace for Monday, June 22, 2009

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Marketplace for Monday, June 22, 2009

Segments From this episode

Goldman's good year good for bonuses?

Jun 22, 2009
Despite the recession and turmoil on Wall Street, Goldman Sachs is reportedly on track to post a record profit for the year. Record bonuses may follow. Amy Scott reports several other banks are raking it in too.

Firms peel back on retirement benefits

Jun 22, 2009
More employers are cutting back on retirement benefits to save money. Steve Henn reports it's unclear if those perks will ever come back once the economy improves.

Climate change cost boosts supporters

Jun 22, 2009
The Congressional Budget Office says a proposed cap and trade bill to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions will cost $22 billion a year by 2020. Sarah Gardner reports this gives supporters of the bill some ammunition.

Wimbledon aces sponsorship game

Jun 22, 2009
Wimbledon, the premier tennis event of the season, is beginning. But compared to other major sports tournaments, you don't hear very much about its sponsors. Commentator Jon Wertheim says there's a good reason for that.

China's new allure for financial workers

Jun 22, 2009
For years many of the workers in China's financial sector were prone to leave the country for premier markets abroad. But that's changing. Scott Tong reports.

Will brand loyalty return in good times?

Jun 22, 2009
Eric Anderson, Northwestern marketing professor, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the impact the economy is having on brand loyalty and whether customers will come back once things have improved.

Medical marijuana on a California high

Jun 22, 2009
The Los Angeles City Council has been working to close a loop-hole that has produced a medical marijuana boom. Lack of regulation and lots of demand has created a runaway reefer industry in the Golden State. Jeff Tyler reports.

Music from the episode

Hercules Theme Hercules & Love Affair