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Marketplace for Wednesday, January 20, 2016

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Jan 20, 2016

Yields on the 10-year Treasury note falls below 2 percent; how some Detroit citizens are trying to show that there is more to the city than the Auto Show; and an interview with actor Damian Lewis. 

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Boosting Pell Grants to help students graduate on time

by Adriene Hill Jan 20, 2016
The Obama administration wants to increase financial aid for full-time students

A fraction of community college students get their BA

by Tony Wagner Jan 20, 2016
A new study says while most students hope to transfer and finish their degree, very few do.
Final Note

There's a good chance you can't name a CEO

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 20, 2016
A new study showed that 53 percent of Americans can't do it.

Oil collapse hurts drillers far more than bankers

by Scott Tong Jan 20, 2016
Banks were careful during the fracking boom to back the drillers best able to keep paying

Nielsen TV ratings push into social media

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 20, 2016
Nielsen will measure 'buzz' about TV programs with data from Facebook

The year of the shrinking bond yield

by , and Jan 20, 2016
Thanks to a roiled stock market, Treasury notes are yielding less for investors

'Ambassadors' try to prove Detroit is more than an auto show

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 20, 2016
"Ambassadors" at the auto show provide answer visitors' questions about Detroit
Screen Wars

Damian Lewis on "Billions" and the meaning of fame

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 20, 2016
The British actor tackles another American role as investor Bobby Axelrod.
Damian Lewis plays hedge-fund investor Bobby Axelrod in Showtime's new series "Billions."
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