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For a long time, Washington Mutual used a catchy tagline in its ads, "The Power of Yes." And new investigations show it wasn't just talking the talk: widespread fraud throughout the company let it say yes to just about everybody. Alisa Roth reports.
Since Twitter's users exploded into the millions, there have been questions about how the site would make money. A new ad plan may have some answers. Rico Gagliano reports.
Independent oil and gas producers are used to risking everything on a single drill. Those wildcatters pioneered the business of dragging fossil fuels out of the ground, and they're still at it today. Kate Archer Kent reports.
Kai Ryssdal reviews what listeners had to say about stories involving net neutrality, Spirit Airlines charging for carry-on bags, Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub, and Muslims and Jews working together to provide kosher and halal meat.
Marketplace for Tuesday, April 13, 2010