Jul 15, 2010

Marketplace for Thursday, July 15, 2010

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Marketplace for Thursday, July 15, 2010

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Big picture near finished, then little details

Jul 15, 2010
The financial reform bill is just one signature away from becoming law, but that won't be the end -- a whole new round of tough decision-making will start for federal agencies.

JP Morgan's success not what it seems

Jul 15, 2010
JP Morgan appeared to have blown everyone's expectations by posting $4.8 billion in profits, but read between the lines, and there's some interesting accounting that made for a seemingly successful quarter.

China stops subsidizing polluting industries

Jul 15, 2010
The Chinese government withdrew its subsidies from some the country's most energy-intensive industries to stop paying polluters and also to show the world that it's economy is stable enough to make the withdrawal.

Progress in Haiti slow due to lack of funds

Jul 15, 2010
Contractors are frustrated with the delays and lack of funding that are preventing them from reconstructing Haiti. Kenny Malone reports.

The ad campaign you wish you were

Jul 15, 2010
Kai Ryssdal talks to Iain Tait of Wieden+Kennedy, the marketing firm behind Old Spice's latest marketing campaign, which includes rapid video responses to fans of the commercials.

Bringing both sides for conservation

Jul 15, 2010
Like a lot of things, environmental conservation is another issue that divides conservatives and liberals -- but maybe it can turn into a bipartisan issue with a little bit of tweaking on how the conservation message is conveyed.

Foreclosures continue to climb

Jul 15, 2010
Foreclosures continue to climb -- but this time it's due to unemployment or people who don't want to pay because they're underwater, not bad loans.

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