Jan 28, 2010

Marketplace for Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Marketplace for Thursday, January 28, 2010

Segments From this episode

Toyota recall highlights supplier issues

Jan 28, 2010
Toyota has expanded its recall to include another million-plus vehicles. The culprit is an accelerator pedal made by a supplier. Alisa Roth reports.

Uninsured will keep health costs up

Jan 28, 2010
In his State of the Union speech, President Obama asserted that he's still committed to health insurance reform because he says without it, things will only get worse. Gregory Warner reports.

Haitian Creole courses may aid recovery

Jan 28, 2010
The needs of Haiti and its people as it tries to rebuild are almost unimaginable. Some colleges are already thinking of long-term help, though. John Dimsdale reports.

Man. U bonds fall, Europe investors fret

Jan 28, 2010
Senior editor Paddy Hirsch talks with Kai Ryssdal about two of the subjects closest to his heart: English football team Manchester United and the bond market.

Corporations are for profit, not politics

Jan 28, 2010
The Supreme Court ruled against restrictions on corporate financing of political campaigns. But commentator Justin Fox says the court's rationale for the ruling misses the mark.

Davos showcases Young Global Leaders

Jan 28, 2010
Every year, hundreds of Young Global Leaders go to Davos. These are people under 40 who've risen to the top of their chosen fields. Sean Cole profiles one YGL.

An air of openness in Davos

Jan 28, 2010
Young Global Leader Dan Shapiro talks with Kai Ryssdal about the mood in Davos, the worst part about being there, and why leaders shouldn't forget to listen to their constituents.

Bankers get the cold shoulder in Davos

Jan 28, 2010
The atmosphere inside the World Economic Forum is warm and congenial. But bankers are feeling the chill wind of disapproval. Stephen Beard reports.

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