Sep 10, 2009

Marketplace for Thursday, September 10, 2009

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Marketplace for Thursday, September 10, 2009

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Crisis rattled belief in financial system

Sep 10, 2009
Lehman Brothers' collapse a year ago shattered the blind faith that Americans at all levels of society had placed in the financial system. Kai Ryssdal examines how trust was abused and what it will take to rebuild it.

Inspecting Obama's health care claims

Sep 10, 2009
In his prime-time speech, President Obama said fixing health care would cost $900 billion over the next decade and help millions of uninsured people get coverage. Tamara Keith checks out a few of his claims.

Is EU offer to poor countries enough?

Sep 10, 2009
The European Union may offer nearly $22 billion a year by 2020 to developing nations to fight global warming and sing on to a climate change treaty. Is it an offer too good to refuse? Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

Herbicide sales hurt Monsanto's profits

Sep 10, 2009
Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, will be falling short on their earnings this year. That'll end eight years of gain. Jeremy Hobson reports.

Small donations help fight child deaths

Sep 10, 2009
A new report by UNICEF says early childhood deaths have fallen below nine million for the first time on record. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports donations have played a big role in making it happen.
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Before you say 'fire my team's coach...'

Sep 10, 2009
As football season kicks off, the state of the economy has commentator and sportswriter Jon Wertheim rethinking about how cavalier he will be in calling for coaches to get canned.

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