Marketplace for Monday, November 7, 2011
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Eyes are now turning to Italy's problems. P.M. Silvio Berlusconi announced over Facebook that he was not resigning. Here in the U.S., though, Penn State officials are resigning over sexual abuse allegations in the football program. Businesses may soon get a federal tax credit for hiring vets. Social enterprise is becoming a competitive industry in the real world. Paris gets its first baguette vending machine. Warren Buffett wants to keep some of his investments under wraps. And the Census Bureau has a new way to measure poverty.
The eurozone's third largest economy becomes the latest threat to Europe's stability.
Italy's prime minister uses his social network to trump traditional media.
Posted In: Jobs
On the congressional table are credits of up to between $5,600 and $9,600 for every vet a business hires. The cost of creating a job far exceeds that credit.