Marketplace for Thursday, November 24, 2011
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Safe to say the table is not the only place to find turkeys these days. The world economy is full of them -- from stock market madness to the lack of jobs, and debt problems in Europe. We explore why markets were unimpressed by a new plan to help the eurozone crisis. And this Thanksgiving holiday, we look at why grocery stores are staying open -- and tell you what foods are cheaper to make at home. Plus, Starbucks is brewing up a plan for job creation, and our commentary series "Writers on Work" wraps up.
Posted In: Food, Thanksgiving, grocery store
The hours leading up to Thanksgiving are considered the busiest grocery-shopping time of the year. So, some grocers are hoping to capitalize by staying open.