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General Motors CEO Ed Whitacre is leaving the company as it prepares for what might be the biggest public stock offering in U.S. history so that the company can prep for the long-term.
Even though Congress just approved $26 billion to help save teachers' jobs, it's not enough to fill in a lot of the gaps in severely cut school budgets.
Between April and June, Germany's GDP grew at its fastest quarterly rate in over 20 years. But that doesn't necessarily mean it can help global economic recovery.
Academics, consumer groups and banks will be present when the Obama administration holds a conference next week to determine the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, August 13, 2010