Marketplace for Monday, October 1, 2007
Oct 1, 2007

Marketplace for Monday, October 1, 2007

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Segments From this episode

Nokia gets on the maps

Oct 1, 2007
Finnish cellular giant Nokia, the world's largest maker of mobile phones, is apparently navigating its way into the future with the purchase of Navteq, the digital mapping company. Jill Barshay reports.

Subway's kosher outlets are on a roll

Oct 1, 2007
The Subway chain is trying to sandwich in some new growth to its 21,000 locations. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes a look at a kosher Subway that has opened right here in Los Angeles.
The glatt kosher Subway shop in Los Angeles' Pico District.
Stacey Vanek-Smith

Idea for Starbucks: Teens on Beans

Oct 1, 2007
Starbucks is now a "family destination," or so the company says. It might soon be brewing up menu items targeted directly to kids and teens. Commentator Tim Bedore worries that insufferable adolescents might overrun his coffeehouse.

Radiohead lets buyers name their price

Oct 1, 2007
CD music sales continue to decline. But the popular alternative British group Radiohead is trying something new. They're making a key change in their sales strategy. Lisa Napoli reports.

What crisis? ... Dow closes at new high

Oct 1, 2007
For the first time since the credit crisis began, the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged past the 14,000-point mark to a new closing high. Bob Moon talked with market strategist Art Hogan about what the stock market is thinking.

Learning how capitalism works

Oct 1, 2007
With South Korea becoming a rich, democratic nation, as many as 10,000 people from North Korea have risked crossing the border. Adapting to a capitalist society may be less dangerous but it's no less difficult. Rico Gagliano reports.

Will Court remain business-friendly?

Oct 1, 2007
In the past year, business interests have fared very well in the decisions handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court. Will that business-friendly record continue? John Dimsdale reports several cases will be putting that question to the test.

Music from the episode

Anenome The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Karma Police Radiohead
Coffee Cold Galt MacDermot
Coffee Cold Galt MacDermot

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