Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, June 7, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, June 7, 2010

Airline industry improves outlook, will earn $2.5 billion

The International Air Transport Association forecast $2.5 billion for the airline industry this year, a direct reversal of its prior outlook.
Posted In: Airlines

Toronto locals 'in the dark' over ID-access fence around downtown

The Canadian government is spending $1 billion on security for the G8 and G20 summits later this month, and part of that will finance a giant fence around downtown Toronto. Anyone who wants to get through it will have to have an ID.
Posted In: Canada

Hungary on debt: We're not Greece

The Hungarian government says comparisons to Greek debt are misguided.

New Yahoo will let you see Facebook content

Yahoo is rolling out new features that will allow its users to view Facebook content on Yahoo sites.
Posted In: Internet

BP containing about half the Gulf oil leak

BP is meeting some success with its latest containment method, while its live feed shows all.
Posted In: Oil

Label sues man for selling promo CDs on eBay

Label sues man for selling promo CDs on eBay
Posted In: Crime, Entertainment

How to name your new mutual fund

When you're launching a new mutual fund, the name you choose can influence whether investors decide to funnel cash your way.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

What Prudential will still pay for AIG break-up

Prudential executives are meeting with AIG shareholders today to explain why the company backed out of a deal for which it already paid over $600 million.
Posted In: Mergers and Acquisitions

Foxconn Shenzhen workers eligible for second pay raise

Pay is slowly improving for workers at Foxconn's Shenzhen plant. The market responded with a near-6% drop in Foxconn shares.
Posted In: Foxconn