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The Treasury Department has given 10 banks the OK to pay back TARP funds. The banks did well on the stress tests, but there are questions about whether the TARP did the banks any good, and if the tests were stringent enough. John Dimsdale reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court has shifted Chrysler's bankruptcy plan back into drive, opening the way for the automaker's sale to Fiat. So did Chrysler's creditors have any hope for a better deal? Caitlan Carroll reports.
TV stations across the country will finally make the complete switch from analog to digital TV. But not everybody is ready for digital prime time. Sarah Gardner reports.
The National Institutes of Health scored $10.4 billion in stimulus funds that it's handing out in grants. Chronicle of Higher Education reporter Paul Basken talks with Kai Ryssdal about how the stimulus has affected grant applications and whether it's creating jobs.
Britain's Pinewood Studios has designs on doubling its size. But local residents say the expansion will spoil the countryside, and the plan isn't quite what it seems. Stephen Beard reports.
Marketplace for Tuesday, June 9, 2009