Marketplace for September 23, 2011

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Marketplace for September 23, 2011

Sears turns to sublets

Sears, and sister store Kmart, take in roommates to help pay the rent.
Posted In: Retail

Facebook's new changes, and its goals for the future

Facebook introduced a redesign on the site at a conference yesterday. The changes reflect the company's goal of building a better recommendation engine.

NBA labor dispute leads to canceled preseason games

It's not clear when the NBA lockout will end, or if all 30 teams in the cash-strapped league will survive.
Posted In: Sports

Weekly Wrap: Tanking markets, government shutdown

Reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street. This week: How to feel after another drop in the global markets, what to expect from the IMF and G20 meetings, and the possibility of a government shutdown.
Posted In: Wall Street

Congress could deal a blow to the economy

The Senate rejected a House plan to fund the government past mid-November. A fight over a few billion dollars in disaster relief funding for FEMA carries big risks.

Germany suffering from bailout fatigue

As the German parliament prepares to vote on another multi-billion euro loan to Greece, many Germans wonder when enough is enough.

The curse of being first

"Moneyball" opens this weekend in theaters. And the movie is more than just a story about baseball.

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Narrow Sun
Fool's Gold
Basketball Beat [Explicit]
Sweet Child O' Mine (String Quartet Tribute to Guns N' Roses)
Vitamin String Quartet

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