Feb 11, 2010

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Marketplace for Thursday, February 11, 2010

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State governors stick up for Toyota

Feb 11, 2010
Governors from four states that house Toyota plants have asked Congress to be fair to the automaker amidst its massive recall. Why? Alisa Roth reports.

Is job growth prediction realistic?

Feb 11, 2010
The White House released its annual Economic Report, and it expects the economy to create an average of 95,000 jobs a month this year. That's a turnaround from the job losses that have been piling up since the recession began.…

What's the E.U.'s plan to help Greece?

Feb 11, 2010
European leaders promised solidarity with Greece, but have offered few concrete proposals. European correspondent Stephen Beard talks with Kai Ryssdal about what the E.U. might do to help Athens avoid a default.

Bridging the theology-economy gap

Feb 11, 2010
Commentator Susan Lee recently participated in a conference about how to build an ethical economy at Trinity Church on Wall Street. She shares her perspective as both an economist and theologian.

Will tape delay hurt Olympics?

Feb 11, 2010
NBC is showing some major events from the Vancouver Olympics hours after they've ended, even though the results will be all over the Internet. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

What's the snowstorm costing airlines?

Feb 11, 2010
The Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney talks with Kai Ryssdal about how much of an economic damper the snow has put on airlines.

Dubai's woes displace migrant wokers

Feb 11, 2010
As Dubai's economic boom grounds to a halt, some foreign workers are being sent home to face uncertain futures. Raymond Thibodeaux reports.