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With the federal government paying $170 billion to bail out AIG so far, why is the insurance company turning around and paying multi-billions to other banks and creditors? Kai Ryssdal speaks with reporter Jeremy Hobson about where the money's going and why.
With taxpayer dollars on the line, anger over AIG is threatening government support for future bailouts. John Dimsdale reports on whether the federal government will have support to help anybody else.
Network equipment maker Cisco has announced it will start selling its own data center servers. Will it be able to compete with rivals IBM and Hewlett-Packard? Mitchell Hartman reports.
Marketplace for Monday, March 16, 2009