Marketplace for Monday, November 14, 2011
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On today's show, we kicked off a year-long series looking at how to feed the nine billion people estimated to be living in the world by 2045. Italy's preparing to adjust to a new prime minister. Insurance companies in the U.S. are making changes in advance to the health care reform. And we heard from a 1 percenter who's siding with the 99 percent.
Posted In: super committee
A little more than a week before the pre-Thanksgiving deadline for the Congressional super committee to come up with a deficit-cutting deal, and there's still no agreement in sight. Can they really deliver? Or is the super committee a wimpy waste of time?
Posted In: If the 1 percent had less would the 99 percent be better off?
Join us for a week long commentary series asking that question. We'll hear from economists, academics, and the public.
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