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As the rebels take over Col. Gaddafi's residence in Tripoli, the end of conflict in Libya seems imminent. But what steps will the country need to take to get its businesses and government up and running?
Libya faces a number of challenges typical of countries in transition, but experts say the country's future will be a departure from what happened in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Since the conflict began, waves of immigrant workers have been fleeing Libya. But some remained, and hope to hold onto their jobs in the nation's oil industry.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Il makes a rare foreign visit today to Russia. Other countries like South Korea see it as a positive step towards opening the country up to economic cooperation.
Reports out today say Sprint might start selling the iPhone 5 as soon as this fall. And yet that means one less arrow in Sprint's quiver of antitrust arguments against the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile.
The impending landfall of Hurricane Irene and the historic earthquake yesterday on the East Coast have many homeowners wondering just what their insurance policies cover.
Marketplace Morning Report for August 24, 2011