Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, July 5, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, July 5, 2010

A lighthearted approach to the death of newspapers

So Internet killed the newspaper. This we know. But what were the stages of its demise, and is there still a death rattle going? More from humorist Dave Barry.
Posted In: Internet

How NBA salary sizes up in different cities

The New York Knicks told LeBron coming to the Big Apple could mean a billion-dollar career. But what's the real difference between a nine-figure and 10-figure salary?
Posted In: Sports

Ranks of those running out of unemployment benefits rising

The Labor Department says more than 1.7 million people have run out of unemployment benefits, and that figure could rise to more than 2.1 million people by the end of the week.
Posted In: Jobs

National strike against fuel prices stops India

A day-long strike against high fuel prices in India is causing nationwide chaos.

Volvo tries to drive into teen hearts through 'Twilight'

Volvo has worked its marketing into the Twilight movie series in an effort to be perceived as a cool, attractive brand.
Posted In: Auto

BP admits faulty safety practice, seeks white knight investor

BP has admitted to not following some standard safety procedures before the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Posted In: Oil

Competition for park ranger jobs climbing

If you're trying to get in on the parks and recreation industry from the ranger side, you may need to face a growing applicant pool. But there are still clear ways to get in on the dirt floor. Gigi Douban reports.
Posted In: Jobs

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