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Playlist: The legacy of Steve Jobs, a potential Fed policy shift

Mary Dooe Aug 25, 2011
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Posted by Mary Dooe

For Marketplace Morning Report, Thur., Aug. 25, 2011

Apple founder Steve Jobs has announced he’s resigning as CEO of the company. The 56-year-old has battled pancreatic cancer in the past. After gaining momentum throughout the year, the price of gold has now dropped for three days straight. Gold fell 2.5 percent yesterday and is currently selling for $1,729 an ounce. There’s lots of anticipation of what Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke will say at a speech tomorrow from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. And here are the songs we played:

  • The Stranger – RJD2Buy
  • Before – Washed OutBuy
  • California – DJ QuikBuy
  • Go to that Place – Chico MannBuy
  • Please Don’t Go – Mike PosnerBuy

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