Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, May 28, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, May 28, 2010

Euro soccer to curb excess spending

A lot of the biggest soccer clubs in Europe are in debt and facing bankruptcy. So the organization that governs Euro soccer has agreed on some new rules designed to stop clubs from spending more than they take in.
Posted In: Sports

Ariz. immigration law's impact on labor

Arizona's new law targeting undocumented immigrants hasn't taken effect yet, but activists aren't waiting. Tomorrow, protesters take to the streets in Arizona and 22 other states. Some of those marching in solidarity will be union leaders. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Immigration

Bonds trading at Lehman-collapse highs

The cost of borrowing in the bond markets is at its highest since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

VIDEO: Gushing and budget crushing

This week: BP oil spill, the Continental/United merger, Spain's spending cuts, Sex and the City 2, and Apple versus Microsoft.

Will Europe drag U.S. into double-dip recession?

How badly is the economic recovery here in the U.S. endangered by Europe's credit problems? Deeper analysis from former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

Why we might not have built the Hoover Dam today

The Hoover Dam's completion 75 years ago marked one of the biggest public works projects in the U.S. and a win for jobs and electricity. But experts say the Dam would not pass today's environmental guidelines.

iPad released to enthused buyers in U.K., Japan

The iPad makes a much-anticipated debut to customers overseas.

Obama returns to oil spill as BP 'top kill' effort continues

President Obama gets a first-hand look at oil spill damage and BP tries new tricks as it continues "top kill" plug.
Posted In: Oil

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