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Sep 21, 2009

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Executive pay reform now at the table

Sep 21, 2009
With executive compensation topping this week's G20 Summit agenda and the Fed considering limits on bank execs' pay packages, corporate America is getting the message. A business group is now proposing its own reforms. Amy Scott reports.

Recession gives G20 a lot to talk about

Sep 21, 2009
Leaders of the top 20 economies gather this week in Pittsburgh to figure out how to unwind from the worst global recession any of them have ever seen. Marketplace London Bureau Chief Stephen Beard looks ahead to the G20 Summit with host Bob Moon.

Subway's growth is on a roll

Sep 21, 2009
Subway is about to overtake rival burger giants and become the world's most ubiquitous restaurant. Soon, the number of Subway outlets will outnumber McDonald's. Jeff Tyler reports on what's behind the growth.

FCC chief sets 'Net neutrality' plan

Sep 21, 2009
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski has laid out his plan for ensuring consumers' unrestricted access to the Internet, without having their connections slowed down or blocked by service providers. Joel Rose reports.

Netflix winners are also interested in ...

Sep 21, 2009
Netflix has announced the winners of its contest to increase the accuracy of the algorithm that prompts customers to rent or buy other movies. Host Bob Moon talks with two programmers from the team that won the $1 million prize.

Africa finally to plug in high-speed lines

Sep 21, 2009
Fewer than 7% of Africans are connected to the Internet, compared to three out of four North Americans. But the imminent arrival of fiber-optic cables to the continent is expected to spark a telecommunications boom. Gretchen Wilson reports.

Congress looks to limit debit card fees

Sep 21, 2009
As more consumers are using debit cards for purchases, banks are seeing a decline in late fees and interest charges on credit cards. So they're looking to make up the difference -- and lawmakers have noticed. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Vacant storefronts ending up in chains

Sep 21, 2009
Storefronts left empty from the recession are driving down rents for retail spaces in most major cities. And national chains are taking advantage. Sally Herships reports on how New York City is an example of the changing retail landscape.