Posted by Daryl Paranada
For Marketplace Morning Report, Thursday, August 19, 2010
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is out with statistics on workplace fatality rates for 2009. Commercial fishing is among the world’s most dangerous professions. And speaking of seafood, Maryland is hoping to revive its oyster industry. While we’re swimming in the ocean, oil has been discovered off the coast of Mozambique. Plus: Sears looks to reinvent itself, Virginia’s budget surplus grows, New Jersey and the SEC settle a fraud case, and Intel will buy McAfee. These are the songs we played:
- Carmensita — Devendra BanhartBuy
- Miguel for President — The Cuban BrothersBuy
- Heart Of Gold — Neil YoungBuy
- Throw Down — Ananda ShankarBuy
- Phenomenon — LL Cool JBuy
- Keep On Looking — Sharon Jones & the Dap KingsBuy
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