Playlist: Berlusconi not resigning, a baguette vending machine
Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace, Monday, November 7, 2011
With the Greek confidence vote behind us, eyes are now turning to Italy’s problems. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi announced over Facebook that he was not resigning. Here in the U.S., though, two Penn State officials are resigning over sexual abuse allegations in the football program. Businesses may soon get a federal tax credit for hiring vets. Social enterprise is popular in business school, and it’s becoming a competitive industry in the real world. Paris gets its first baguette vending machine. Warren Buffett wants to keep some of his investments under wraps. And the Census Bureau has figured out a new way to measure poverty. Here are the songs we played:
- Who’s In Control – British Sea PowerBuy
- No Real Reason – White DenimBuy
- The Deep End – Hiawata!Buy
- Give Up – Suburban Living
- The Poor People of Paris – Les BaxterBuy
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