Marketplace for September 12, 2011

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Marketplace for September 12, 2011
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Euro crisis reaching a crescendo

The euro could collapse or Germany could bail out debt-ridden eurozone nations. Europe correspondent Stephen Beard discusses the eurozone's options.
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The end of phosphorus

A key ingredient in fertilizer, phosphorus is becoming more rare, more expensive -- which is stimulating some innovative ways to find more.
Posted In: Agriculture
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Bank of America's woes hit home

Again. A report from BofA headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.
Posted In: Banks
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Latino groups call off economic boycott in Arizona

Activists declare victory while acknowledging that the boycott on Arizona businesses also hurt some workers it was meant to help.
Posted In: Immigration
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IBM's Watson gets medical job

The supercomputer is going to work for WellPoint.
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Bank of America to cut about 30,000 jobs

The country's biggest bank, by assets, tries to assuage investors with plans to cut $5 billion in annual costs and trim weak businesses.
Posted In: Banks
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The history behind the language of work

A new glossary takes a look at the words we use to talk about jobs and work, and how those words and their meanings have changed over time.
Posted In: Books

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Europe Endless (2009 Digital Remaster)
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Let's Call It Off (Single Version)
Peter Bjorn And John

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