Jan 24, 2007

Marketplace PM for January 24, 2007

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Congress considers 'cap and trade' bills

Jan 24, 2007
Legislation on Capitol Hill would allow companies that clean up their carbon emissions to earn credits and sell them to companies needing more time to cut fossil-fuel use. John Dimsdale reports.

Lebanon crisis stalls reconstruction

Jan 24, 2007
Hezbollah-led protests, strikes and violence have shut down much of Lebanon. Anthony Shadid, the Washington Post's correspondent in Beirut, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the troubled nation.

Pension fund takes the lead against Apple

Jan 24, 2007
The New York City Employees' Retirement System says it will be the lead plaintiff in a class-action suit filed against Apple in connection with the company's stock option backdating scandal. Alisa Roth reports.

Wrecked ship holds valuable nickel

Jan 24, 2007
A freighter run aground off the coast of Britain has left nearby beaches strewn with its cargo — which residents have carted off. But it's what's left on the ship that's moving the markets. Stephen Beard reports.

Seeking change and building a business

Jan 24, 2007
Two guys from Ghana have an idea for creating an entrepreneurial bridge between their native African nation and the United States. Steve Tripoli has their story.

Critics see Bush's plan as no health benefit

Jan 24, 2007
In his State of the Union address, President Bush proposed a new approach to healthcare funding that would mean changes to most tax bills. Marketplace health reporter Helen Palmer talks with Kai Ryssdal about the idea.

Only one cheer for Bush proposal

Jan 24, 2007
Every new public policy creates its winners and its losers. Commentator Robert Reich says, when it comes to making winners of consumers, the president's healthcare proposal falls short.

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