MID-DAY UPDATE: GM CEO Ed Whitacre stepping down...

Aug 12, 2010
... the company reports $1.3 billion in profits-- IPO to come Car dealers face higher demand with short supply New jobless claims rise again For...
Posted In: bailout, Banks, BP, China, consumer confidence, Dr. Seuss, Ed Whitacre, foreclosures, General Motors, GM, Godfather of Solar, Green Eggs and Ham, lost decade, mid-day update, TARP


Feb 18, 2009
A debate is raging in Washington, D.C., about how to deal with America's foreclosure problem. One proposal is to restructure the loans using a tool usually seen in bankruptcy courts: The "cramdown." Senior Editor Paddy Hirsch explains.
Posted In: foreclosures, whiteboard

Which Way Home?

In a special partnership with The New York Times, Marketplace Money takes a look at how housing fits in to today's American Dream.

Posted In: Housing, foreclosures

Lot 354

The story of the implosion of America's housing market as told through the prism of a single spanish-style home in mid city Los Angeles: Lot 354. Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal tugs on a thread of the history of this quaint three-bedroom home, and what unravels is the story of the housing bubble and its messy burst.

Posted In: lot 354, housing market, speculative bubbles, real estate, foreclosures