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Segments From this episode
As Toyota's problems continue, dealers are stuck with inventory hanging around and having to fix customers' cars. Brett Neely reports on how the automaker's issues are affecting one dealership.
The government is delving into social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter to solve crimes and recruit soldiers. But it's not clear what guidelines government agencies have to follow. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Nearly nine million Americans are underemployed -- people who have had their hours reduced, work part time or are on contract. Thanks to the recession, this group has never been bigger. Dan Bobkoff reports.
In this final note, Kai Ryssdal reviews a new practice a New York restaurant is undertaking: trading stock certificates for food. But not all shares will you buy a steak.
Marketplace for Thursday, February 4, 2010