Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
With Argentina on the brink of default, we take a look at how a difficult situation could get even trickier if a deal with U.S. hedge funds isn't struck soon. Plus, big urban hospitals are seeing a sharp drop in uninsured patients, which means millions in savings. But the new health care landscape has its own challenges, too.
With increasing sanctions against Russia, we take a look at what it could mean for BP's bottom line. Also, this week, 25 companies are looking to go public in the U.S. That would be the most since a week in August 2000 when 28 IPOs listed in the U.S. This week’s offerings are expected to raise some $6.8 billion. We look at what’s behind the current IPO frenzy and what it says about the wider economy. Plus, the U.S. is cutting down on carbon emmissions, but that doesn't mean we're mining any less coal. A look at where all that coal actually goes.
Dodd-Frank's fourth birthday, millennials prefer cash, and social impact bonds.
Global no-fly zones, the cap and trade of acid rain, and effective pop up ads.
Microsoft's massive layoffs, and Russian malware in the Nasdaq.
IBM and Apple, Bank of America's earnings report, and maximizing email effectiveness.