Segments From this episode
There's no word on who will replace Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis when he steps down at the end of the year. Jeremy Hobson reports the bank's size means it won't be an easy road for his successor.
In India a pair of Levis is a symbol of wealth. Raymond Thibodeaux reports getting the jeans is about to become easier for millions of Indians who can buy them on installment.
Financial Times editor John Authers talks with Kai Ryssdal about what has happened the past few years to change our view of the markets, and new ideas economists are exploring to account for market behavior.
States across the country are slashing education budgets, forcing schools to cut expenses. One option getting a lot of attention is digital textbooks. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Marketplace for Thursday, October 1, 2009