Marketplace for Thursday, December 1, 2011
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Now that the central banks are jumping in to help ease the credit crunch in the global economy, who might hold the most risk in a potential eurozone breakup? Many Europeans are still looking to Germany to save the day. Warren Buffett's bought his hometown newspaper. Night-shift manufacturing gets a makeover. We look at why 'crap' technology might be great technology. And Economy 4.0 discovers what it takes to purchase a home on a Native American reservation.
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