Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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The new ABC drama "Nashville" is shot in and around the Tennessee city, and local tourism officials are basking in the TV spotlight. American Airlines could face continued business fallout even as CEO apologizes to passengers for delays and talks resume with pilots. Higher production could make Iraq the world's second-largest oil exporter. Most of the added oil won't go to the U.S., but to countries helping Iraq rebuild its oil facilities and basic infrastructure.

PODCAST: Adele goes Bond, Federal Reserve goes beige

Global markets are digesting the fact that the head of China's central bank will be a no-show at this week's meeting of the IMF. Toyota is recalling 7.4 million cars around the world. The Red Cross is getting involved in the European Debt Crisis -- the organization is asking for donations to help the poor in Spain.

Toyota recalls 7.4 million cars over window switch issue

There haven't been any reported safety issues over the power window switch problems, but Toyota isn't taking any chances with this recall.
Posted In: Toyota, car recalls, Auto

Supreme Court affirmative action case a test for employers

The Supreme Court's review of racial preferences in college admissions won't invalidate racial considerations in hiring.
Posted In: Supreme Court, affirmative action

China snubs Japan with IMF no-show

As China and Japan are disputing island territories, the head of China's central bank will be a no-show at this week's meeting of the International Monetary Fund in Japan.
Posted In: China, Japan, IMF

Markets await Beige Book with moderate optimism

This afternoon the Federal Reserve will release the Beige Book -- it's summary of economic conditions across various regions of the country,
Posted In: Beige Book, housing market

Red Cross launches appeal for Spanish poor

The disaster relief agency asks for help to assist those affected by the European debt crisis.
Posted In: spain, red cross, Europe debt crisis

Testing the 'rules' of public negotiations

American Airlines airlines has blamed its pilots, who are unhappy with new pay and work rules, for purposefully forcing delays and cancellations in protest.
Posted In: American Airlines, negotiations, labor

Risks remain for American despite CEO apology

American Airlines could face continued business fallout even as CEO apologizes to passengers for delays and talks resume with pilots.
Posted In: American Airlines, labor, unions

Adele aims to break Bond musical spell

Pop star Adele’s theme song for the new James Bond film is already an Internet sensation. It’s been 27 years since a Bond song topped the charts.
Posted In: Music, Entertainment

Report: Iraq could double its oil production

Higher production could make Iraq the world's second-largest oil exporter. Most of the added oil won't go to the U.S., but to countries helping Iraq rebuild its oil facilities and basic infrastructure.
Posted In: Iraq, Oil

Nashville tries to capitalize on TV spotlight

The new ABC drama "Nashville" is shot in and around the Tennessee city, and local tourism officials are basking in the TV spotlight.
Posted In: television, tourism, abc

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Only Love Can Break Your Heart
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