Jul 7, 2009

Marketplace for Tuesday, July 7, 2009

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Marketplace for Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Segments From this episode

Does Google always do good?

Jul 7, 2009
Google is famously known for its motto, "Don't be evil." In an interview with Kai Ryssdal at the Aspen Ideas Festival, CEO Eric Schmidt talks about whether the company's presence in so many people's lives is always a good thing.

Will hospital deal really materialize?

Jul 7, 2009
Reports say three major hospital associations have agreed to a voluntary deal to trim $155 billion from the government's health care bills over the next decade. But some are concerned it might not happen. Steve Henn reports.

Auto woes filter down to suppliers

Jul 7, 2009
Auto parts maker Lear has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and more suppliers are expected to follow suit. But Alisa Roth reports things could be a lot worse.

Vendors try to cash in at MJ memorial

Jul 7, 2009
Fans around the world celebrated the life of Michael Jackson at his memorial service in Los Angeles, and vendors were there in full force. Kai Ryssdal visits with fans and sellers at Staples Center.

New Xbox game features commercials

Jul 7, 2009
Microsoft just released a new game for its Xbox that's based on an old TV game show, which means there are prizes to be won and commercials to be endured. Sally Herships reports.

The economics behind Xinjiang unrest

Jul 7, 2009
Marketplace's Shanghai Bureau Chief Scott Tong talks with Kai Ryssdal about the economic factors that have contributed to ethnic clashes in Xinjiang, China.

A concert with that Doritos bag

Jul 7, 2009
Late Night Doritos chips are not only good for a snack, but also a free online concert. Mitchell Hartman explains.

Music from the episode

In The Morning - Hot Chip Remix Junior Boys, Hot Chip

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