PODCAST: State of the Union as heard from Europe
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Last night’s State of the Union speech was all about the American perspective. President Obama focused on income inequality, wages, jobs, and the U.S. middle class. Marketplace looks at how the speech is being received in the rest of the world.
Nintendo announces third quarter earnings today and things aren’t looking good. The game maker already slashed its full year outlook — instead of profit it now expects a net loss. You could say Nintendo’s facing an identity crisis. For thirty years, it’s made games you can only play on Nintendo hardware. But does it have to change to survive?
It now costs 49 cents to send a letter. The price of stamps went up another 3 cents on Sunday, meaning that if you’ve been hoarding Forever stamps since forever ago, you’ve made a pretty good return.
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