Marketplace for Thursday, March 15, 2012
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In the final stretch of the campaign, Rick Santorum will be strongly challenged by Mitt Romney's organizational scheme. Young adults are moving back with their parents, providing happiness and financial benefits for all. As Greece roles out its new austerity plan, we take a look at Ireland for some possible lessons. Diane von Furstenberg is designing for Baby Gap, another example of the marriage between high-end designer and kids' clothing. And actor Wendell Pierce from "The Wire" talks about opening grocery stores in some of the most underserved communities in New Orleans.
Posted In: Immigration, undocumented, illegal immigration
San Diego resident Nancy Parker says the costs of undocumented immigration outweigh the benefits.
Posted In: Retail, Gap, fashion
Diane Von Furstenberg creates a collection for GapKids in a move to build its brand among shoppers in training.
Giulio Cesare Fava has forbidden his residents to die, "because the cemetery is running out of room."
Posted In: Wendell Pierce, New Orleans
The actor from shows like "The Wire" and "Treme" is opening a chain of grocery stores in his hometown of New Orleans, a place he says has been underserved by American industry.
Posted In: Rick Santorum, 2012 campaign, 2012 election, campaign spending
A lack of campaign cash could cost the presidential candidate in Illinois' primary next week.
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