Marketplace for Monday, October 19, 2009
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The Justice Department says it has busted the biggest-ever insider trading ring involving hedge funds. But how will it prove its case? There's a gray area between legitimate investing and illegal trading. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
One of Mexico's biggest banks is owned by Citigroup, which in large part is owned by Washington. That situation has the makings of a test case for a Mexican law barring foreign governments from owning domestic banks. Alisa Roth reports.
You might think luxury products that people could conceivably live without would be hit hard by the recession. But that logic doesn't seem to apply to top-shelf jeans. Jeff Tyler reports.
Jules Kroll made a fortune creating a firm that did in-depth research for huge Wall Street deals. Now he has plans to start a new kind of credit-rating agency that would help avoid the bubbles that lead to financial crises. Steve Henn reports.
Nashville private eye (and reporter) Thomas H. Humphreys does some snooping to find out how the recession is affecting petty crime -- specifically shoplifting. He uncovers some surprising details.
More than 100 TV shows will be airing public service announcements and weaving volunteering themes into their plots this week. It's part of an industry-wide effort to encourage volunteerism. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.