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The Marketplace Report: Martha's Brand Worse Than Enron

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The Marketplace Report: Martha's Brand Worse Than Enron

The Marketplace Report: Martha's Brand Worse Than Enron

The Marketplace Report: Martha's Brand Worse Than Enron

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NPR's Madeleine Brand talks to Marketplace New York bureau chief Bob Moon about a new marketing survey that indicates consumers view the Martha Stewart brand even more negatively than Enron. Directors of the company that Martha Stewart founded have called an emergency meeting to discuss the organization's future in light of Stewart's conviction on Friday.

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