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The effort to reform the banking system isn't over yet -- lobbyists are still lobbying, Congress is still debating and banks are still grousing. Commentator Mike Konczal says the financial services industry can call it a day.
Players on hundreds of community college basketball teams aspire to suit up for a big Division-1 school. But NCAA scholarship money is making it tougher for two-year college players to make the jump. April Dembosky reports.
The federal government announced new fuel economy standards that are a 30% increase over the old ones. How will it impact the auto industry? Brett Neely reports.
Crude oil closed just shy of $85 a barrel, the highest it's been in a year and a half. PFC Energy's David Kirsch talks with Kai Ryssdal about why oil has hit a sweet spot, how long it will stay there, and its impact on prices at the pump.
Marketplace for Thursday, April 1, 2010