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Today President Obama announced plans to suspend exploratory drilling in the Arctic, cancel a lease sale in the Gulf and off the Virginia coast, and continue the deepwater drilling moratorium. How will these new ground rules impact the domestic oil supply and companies that drill for it? John Dimsdale reports.
Some banks that used to seem kind of shaky have been looking better based on their latest books. But we learned the hard way the past couple of years you can't necessarily take those books to the bank. So corporate-accounting rule setters are suggesting it's time for a change. Bob Moon reports.
The Museum of Contemporary art in L.A. is getting a new director. Independent dealer Richard Polsky talks with Kai Ryssdal about the new director, Jeffrey Deitch, and how he might bring fiscal responsibility to the museum.
Oprah is opening her second retail store in Chicago. What might happen as the queen of daytime TV moves from your living room to your local mall? Jeff Horwich reports.
There's lots of bad news for transit agencies around the country -- service cuts, fare hikes, budget deficits -- but a few cities have figured out a way to improve their customer service, and spend virtually nothing. Andrea Bernstein reports.
Marketplace for Thursday, May 27, 2010