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Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd will not seek re-election. He was leading the Senate's work on Wall Street reform, so what happens now? John Dimsdale reports.
Stores like Macy's are anchor tenants that are vital for business at traditional and strip malls. But these two types of malls are reacting to the economy in different ways right now. Jeremy Hobson reports.
New York Times columnist David Leonhardt talks with Kai Ryssdal about why President Obama favors the Senate's health care bill over the House's version, and what to expect over the next few months in the health-care overhaul.
Opponents of health care reform have raised concerns about the likelihood of malpractice suits under a new system. But that's not the case in Britain's taxpayer-funded NHS. Stephen Beard reports.
Lots of companies are trying to boost their green credentials, but they also want to save money. For a furniture company in Ohio, sending less to the landfill is doing both. Dan Bobkoff reports.
Morten Hansen, management professor at U.C. Berkeley, talks with Kai Ryssdal about the surprising list of best-performing CEOs in the latest Harvard Business Review.
Marketplace for Wednesday, January 6, 2009