Marketplace for Tuesday, April 24, 2012
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A former BP engineer was arrested and charged with intentionally destroying evidence related to how much oil was spilling from the company's broken well in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. Walmart stock continues to plunge because of an investigation into a bribery scandal in Mexico, but what impact will this really have on the company? Countries all across Europe are pushing back against austerity and now its rearing its head in the first phases of the French elections. Some doctors are changing the way they do business amid the chaos of the health care industry. And author David Kennedy talks about success and his new novel "Temptation."
Posted In: Douglas Kennedy, hollywood, writing
In his new semi-autobiographical book, Douglas Kennedy explores the successes and failings that come with making it as a writer in Hollywood.
Posted In: health care reform law, health care
Doubt about which parts of the health care law may stand, if any, is changing the way some doctors do business.
Posted In: austerity, France, Netherlands
French president Nicholas Sarkozy and former Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte find rising popular resentment at the austerity packages they implement.
Posted In: bp oil spill, BP, Kurt Mix
A former BP engineer has been arrested and charged with intentionally destroying evidence related to how much oil was spilling from the company's broken well in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.