Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, June 24, 2013
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A new study shows Southwest states -- New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada -- rank the lowest when it comes to child well-being. Markets in China continue their plunge, but the Chinese government says that's ok. And you've heard of shrinking airplane legroom, but what about shrinking armroom?
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Posted In: Tijuana, maquiladora, Mexico
Two factories in Tijuana have been singled out as the best places to work in Mexico and can teach U.S. companies a thing or two about innovative employee benefits.
Markets down in China after the country's central bank freezes lending. And after central banks do their part, what can the government to do shore up banks?
Is there such a thing as a digital sit-in or an Internet traffic picket line?
Posted In: apple, ios, hacking
A group of German researchers has found a security problem in Apple's Internet hotspots for mobile devices. Turns out, they can be easily hacked.
Posted In: arizona, New Mexico, Nevada
Collapsed housing markets and sharp cuts in state spending put New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada at bottom of survey of children's welfare.
Posted In: Microsoft, windows 8, windows
What to expect from Microsoft's developers conference, Microsoft Build.
Posted In: China, stock market, banking
The key stock index in Shanghai fell 5.3 percent today. The loss, the worst in 4 years, comes after China’s central bank froze lending between the country's financial institutions last week.