Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell to its lowest level last week since June 2007. Across-the-board budget cuts that would slash the number of ships in the Merchant Marine would end up costing the Navy -- perhaps billions of dollars. And, what to do about fake pharmaceuticals, a $75 billion global industry?
Prices are out for Obama's health exchanges. So how much will it cost you? A chat with one of today's MacArthur Foundation 'genius grant' winners. And why cant the government pinpoint just when it will hit its debt limit?
Fiat, Chrysler's largest stakeholder, is upset after Union push for IPO. Russia sells stake in maker of AK-47 rifle. And why California's dairy farmers and cheese producers aren't seeing eye-to-eye.
The death toll rises in Kenya. A looming government shutdown. And cracking down on fake online reviews.
Aftermath of the Fed's decision not to taper. Why hasn't Priceline split its share price? And when it comes to preventing shootings at the workplace, background checks before hiring employees are just the first step.
The Federal Reserve's big surprise: no cuts to bond buying for now, the economy isn't strong enough. JPMorgan agrees to pay up big for trading loss. Homes in Indiana on sale for $1. And the glamorous side of journalism.