Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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Germany and France are launching what they call a 'New Deal' to combat the problem of youth employment in Europe. 25 percent are out of work in the euro zone -- that figure rises to more than 50 percent in Greece and Spain. Luxury jeweler Tiffany announces earnings today. And will baseball show up at the next Summer Olympic Games? Not likely.
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Posted In: hackers, hacking, China, military
Two dozen U.S. military weapons systems have been compromised by Chinese hackers, according to the Washington Post.
McDonald's looks to slim down...its menu. Stock markets are still up in May. And why doesn't the MLB want baseball to be part of the Olympics?
Posted In: China, flu, Shanghai, Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley is moving its showcase of Asian hedge funds to New York after the event was cancelled in Shanghai last week due to concerns over bird flu, according to Bloomberg News.
Posted In: rail, high speed rail, california, eminent domain
Residents of California's Central Valley are trying to stop a high-speed rail system that would connect San Francisco to Los Angeles from cutting through their land.
Posted In: Germany, France
Germany and France are launching a 'New Deal' to combat the problem of youth employment in Europe. 24 percent are out of work in the euro zone -- that figure rises to more than 50 percent in Greece and Spain.
Posted In: mobile os, mobile, smartphone, firefox, mozilla
Mozilla plans to offer its own operating system for smartphones, but not in Western Europe, the U.S, or China. Instead, the company will focus on countries in Latin America and Eastern Europe.
Posted In: cable TV, cable, television, netflix
While cable companies seem to get more competition from the likes of Netflix all the time, they're still better than ever at bringing in cash -- and the most recent earnings from big cable providers prove it.
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