Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 4, 2011

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 4, 2011
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Massive data breach hits big retailers, service companies

Texas-based Epsilon, one of the world's largest providers of marketing e-mail services, may have exposed the personal information of thousands of consumers to unauthorized parties.
Posted In: Internet
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U.S. could face a government shutdown

Unless both parties in Congress can reach a budget deal, the federal government could shut down on Friday. Julia Coronado, chief economist at BNP Paribas, explains what that could mean for the economy.
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Government transparency websites targeted in budget cuts

Many websites that offer platforms for transparency in government could facing the chopping block as politicians debate budget cuts.
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Report: GE will pay taxes after all

According to a report out today from Propublica and Fortune.com, the nation's largest corporation will pay taxes in 2010, despite earlier reports to the contrary. Fortune's Allan Sloan explains.
Posted In: Law
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Business confidence worsens in Japan

The Bank of Japan has split a business confidence survey into pre- and post-earthquake numbers. The first number showed widespread optimism, but the earthquake has left the business community in a negative state of mind.
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BP could resume Gulf drilling in July

The British oil giant is pursuing permits to resume drilling on 10 wells in the Gulf of Mexico this summer.
Posted In: Oil
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Southwest inspects fleet after Friday's incident

Southwest pilots had to perform an emergency landing Friday due to a tear in the body of a plane. Now Southwest Airlines is conducting a review of its fleet of 737-300 jets.
Posted In: Airlines
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Obama announces re-election campaign

In his announcement video and email, President Barack Obama kicks off a fundraising effort some have predicted will be the first billion-dollar campaign.
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Andrew Sullivan moves to The Daily Beast

Today blogger Andrew Sullivan moves from The Atlantic to The Daily Beast. It's official. He's become a commodity.
Posted In: Internet
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Some lawmakers push budget amendments to clip EPA power

They argue EPA regulation of carbon emissions will lead to job losses. And the White House is no longer taking a strong stand on limiting carbon emissions.

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How In The World (David Crowder Band Uncredited (Extra) Mix Ver 2)
Family Force 5
Breaking The Girl
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Bulletproof (Instrumental)
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I Wanna Be Your Lover
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