Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, May 8, 2012
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The Senate is taking a look at a bill to keep student loan interest rates from doubling. But what would a hike in interest rates really cost students and their families? ABC and Univision are planning to launch an English-language channel. AMC Entertainment may be up for sale. We talk with world-renowned chef Charlie Trotter about why he's closing his restaurant in Chicago this summer after 25 years of service. Lake Tahoe is looking at a bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Dunkin' Donuts is launching in India, and Spain may bail out one of its biggest banks.
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The world-renowned Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago will be closing this summer after 25 years of service. The chef explains his decision.
Movie theater chain AMC Entertainment is entertaining selling off a big chunk of itself to a Chinese theater operator. ABC and Univision plan to launch a new English-language TV channel next year. And we look at stories involving student loans, Dunkin' Donuts, and more troubles with Spain. Plus, we speak with world-renowned chef Charlie Trotter about why he's closing his Chicago restaurant.