Segments From this episode
A group of state governors and education officials have announced a proposal for new common K-12 academic standards. The move could be a boon for the publishing industry. Amy Scott reports.
The U.S. Justice and Agriculture departments are holding a workshop on agricultural antitrust issues, and it appears investigations of seed maker Monsanto are widening. Sarah Gardner reports.
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou says in the future eurozone countries would be able to act like the IMF when member states get into difficulty. But his remarks may not go over well in Germany. Stephen Beard reports.
Chile's President-elect Sebastian Pinera will soon take office in the aftermath of its huge earthquake. Professor Sebastian Edwards talks with Kai Ryssdal about how the quake has changed Pinera's platform of job creation and economic growth.
Marketplace for Wednesday, March 10, 2010