Sep 28, 2011

Marketplace for September 28, 2011

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Marketplace for September 28, 2011

Segments From this episode

Reacting to a recession

Sep 28, 2011
The Great Recession has changed the way many conservatives talk about economic policy.

Can Germany afford to say 'nein' to eurozone plan?

Sep 28, 2011
The German parliament faces a big decision on whether to bail out Greece again. If Germany decides not to help, there could be devastating consequences.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire

Sep 28, 2011
The tablet could be the first real rival to the iPad.

Family Dollar stores ramping up

Sep 28, 2011
Family Dollar beat fourth quarter expectations and plans to open up to 500 new outlets next year. The chain has a recipe for what it's doing.

Letters: Dynamic pricing, education reform

Sep 28, 2011
Going over listeners' responses to past broadcasts. This week: On dynamic pricing, why conferences cost so much, and what needs to change in education.

Deaths from tainted cantaloupe mount

Sep 28, 2011
Cantaloupe contaminated with bacteria has killed at least 13 Americans. As the toll likely rises, how long will it take for the melon industry?

Google invests in rooftop solar

Sep 28, 2011
The Internet company expands its investment in green energy, now with an eye on the residential power market.

Health care workers make for confident consumers

Sep 28, 2011
Detroit's growing health care workforce may help turn the Motor City around.

Music from the episode

[untitled] Neutral Milk Hotel
My President Instrumental Icons