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Etch A Sketch gets a bump in the markets

Mar 22, 2012
The classic toy got all kinds of buzz yesterday when it became the political prop of the day in the GOP primaries.
Posted In: Etch a Sketch

NFL suspends New Orleans Saints coaches, manager

Mar 21, 2012
The National Football League punished officials of the New Orleans Saints today for a bounty program that paid bonuses to players for injuring opponents.
Posted In: NFL, Sports

Bernanke gives lectures on gold standard

Mar 20, 2012
The Federal Reserve chairman went back to the classroom today.
Posted In: Ben Bernanke

Treasury turns $25 billion profit from mortgage securities

Mar 19, 2012
The U.S. Treasury has profited from buying mortgage-backed securities during the financial crisis.
Posted In: U.S. Treasury, mortgage crisis, mortgage-backed securities

Italian mayor bans death

Mar 15, 2012
Giulio Cesare Fava has forbidden his residents to die, "because the cemetery is running out of room."

Remembering the Encyclopedia Britannica

Mar 14, 2012
The paper version of the encyclopedia was killed off by its publisher yesterday, in order to focus on its digital editions.
Posted In: Encyclopedia Britannica, Books

White House keeps state dinner wine list a secret

Mar 13, 2012
The wine list for the state dinner this week with British Prime Minister David Cameron isn't exactly classified, but nobody's talkin' about it.
Posted In: wine, white house

How much productivity will be lost during March Madness?

Mar 12, 2012
It's a pretty big number, but it also won't matter much in the grand scheme of things.
Posted In: Sports, college sports, NCAA, basketball, March Madness, productivity

Harold Camping apologizes for end-of-world predictions

Mar 9, 2012
The preacher who has predicted the end of the world many times over finally acknowledges that he was wrong.
Posted In: Harold Camping

Forbes names top female self-made billionaires

Mar 8, 2012
The youngest woman on the list, Sara Blakely, has a great background story.
Posted In: Forbes, female, Entrepreneur, Oprah Winfrey, Meg Whitman, Sara Blakely

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The economy is changing and so is the future of your job. In this special report from the Marketplace Sustainability Desk, we're looking at the jobs market and what the past and future will mean for us and our kids, the workers of the next generation. Plus, use our Future-Jobs-O-Matic app to find out the forecasts and prospects of more than 550 jobs as rated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.