'Marketplace' Report: Imus Fallout Responding to comments by radio host Don Imus, Procter and Gamble has pulled all of its advertising from MSNBC's daytime schedule. Staples is also yanking their ads, and Bigelow Tea is considering a suspension of sponsorship.
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'Marketplace' Report: Imus Fallout

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'Marketplace' Report: Imus Fallout

'Marketplace' Report: Imus Fallout

'Marketplace' Report: Imus Fallout

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Responding to comments by radio host Don Imus, Procter and Gamble has pulled all of its advertising from MSNBC's daytime schedule. Staples is also yanking their ads, and Bigelow Tea is considering a suspension of sponsorship. Marketplace's Bob Moon talks with Alex Cohen.