Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, June 12, 2013
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In Turkey, Prime Minister Erdogan has lashed out against the business community for supporting protesters. People in their 20s are often stuck in part-time and temporary jobs. How does the loss of income in their first working years affect the rest of their life?. And the NSA surveillance story has been good to one author: George Orwell.
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Grading newspaper paywalls. What's a company to do when the government requests its data? And tips to protect yourself from life insurance fraud.
Posted In: currency, LIBOR, United Kingdom
First there was the rigging of the interest rate known as LIBOR. Now there may be collusion on currency exchange rates.
Posted In: life insurance
How do you protect you and your family from fraud or insurer mistakes?
Posted In: turkey
In the past few days, Turkey's Prime Minister has lashed out against members of the business community -- among others -- for supporting the protests. How are they responding?
Posted In: nsa, aclu, encryption, surveillance
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government over its collection of phone data. And what can you do personally to protect your data?
Posted In: Jobs, graduate debt, millennials, Unemployment
People in their 20s are often stuck in part-time and temporary jobs. The loss of income in their first working years could affect them much of their lives.
Posted In: surveillance, nsa, Edward Snowden, PRISM
The public companies named in the NSA's surveillance program have shareholders, consumers and pressure to comply with government requests for information. So what pros and cons are they weighing?