Marketplace for Tuesday, May 15, 2012
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After JPMorgan's $2 billion trading loss, it's possible the bank may try to recover salary and bonuses paid to those responsible. Can France's new president Francois Hollande and the German chancellor Angela Merkel find a way forward on the growth and austerity debate in Europe? Despite it probably being the biggest IPO ever, some investors just aren't playing into the whole Facebook hype. A new study says many low- and middle-income families used equity loans during the housing bubble to send their kids to better colleges than they could otherwise afford. And Kai Ryssdal talks to author John Fox about his new book "The Ball," which looks at the games we play and why we play them.
Posted In: Virgin Atlantic
The apocalypse might actually be upon us.
Posted In: China, China's Economy
Will weak economic indicators out of Beijing be enough to hurt the U.S. economy? Economists differ.
For women in computer science, Silicon Valley's startup world is still a very male place. And one character stands out: The brogrammer.