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A congressional committee is discussing criteria to use in determining if a financial institution is too big to fail. Duke law professor Zephyr Teachout talks to Bob Moon about whether antitrust laws can be used to break up the financials.
In 1994 then South African President Mandela pledged to redistribute 30% of white-owned farmland to the black majority. But now the government is threatening to take that land back. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Companies and small businesses are responding to the recession by offering deep discounts and sales. But you might be surprised to find out who's discounting. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, April 21, 2009