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One Amazon affiliate - fatwallet.com - has already moved its headquarters out-of-state to avoid Illinois' online tax, as Chicago Public Radio's Tony Arnold explains.
The Federal Aviation Administration has launched a nationwide review of air traffic safety. And a top agency official resigned. Henry Krakowski's resignation follows a series of high-profile mishaps where controllers have reportedly fallen asleep while working overnight shifts.
At the G20 meetings today, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner will work to reassure foreign leaders that U.S. politics don't threaten the global recovery.
The Japanese government has ordered TEPCO, the operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, to pay $12,000 compensation to each of the 50,000 households near the facility.
Apple is reportedly adding a 'do not track' feature to its Safari internet browser. The company is just the latest to adopt the technology -- but do people use it? Marketplace Tech Report host John Moe explains.
The Labor Department said today that the Consumer Price Index rose 0.5 percent in March. Gasoline and food prices accounted for almost three-quarters of the increase. Jill Schlesinger from CBS/Moneywatch explains.
The GOP deficit reduction plan would transform Medicare into a voucher program. But a big part of President Obama's plan relies on a powerful advisory board.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, April 15, 2011