Playlist: Italy’s unlucky number 7, FCC helps provide low-cost Internet
Posted by Mary Dooe
For Marketplace Morning Report, Wed., Nov. 9, 2011
Italy’s borrowing rates climb over 7 percent, and it looks increasingly likely that a technocratic government might need to step in at the end of Silvio Berlusconi’s leadership. Italy is also facing another crisis: a shortage of white truffles. A Senate panel looks at the best way to improve transportation infrastructure in the U.S., and the FCC will announce a deal to bring low-cost computers and Internet connections to low-income households.
And here are the songs we played today:
- Whatever You Like – TIBuy
- Real Scared – CopyBuy
- Tin Flowers – RJD2Buy
- Rolling With a Dub – Ari RozeBuy
- I Walked Alone – YACHTBuy
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