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Arab countries who were supposed to contribute to Palestinian Authority salaries say they need the money at home. It's estimated about a million people depend on that income
The U.S. unemployment rate remains above 9 percent, and now President Obama says he has a few ideas to create new jobs, including free trade deals with Panama and South Korea.
CBS MoneyWatch editor-at-large Jill Schlesinger explains how your personal finance is affected by the hopeful jobs numbers and depressing market conditions
July's job report saw the addition of 117,000 new jobs. But, in the wake of last week's debt crisis and today's report, markets still aren't convinced.
Vasant Dhar of NYU's Stern School of Business says investors shouldn't be worried by computerized trading. In fact, yesterday's sell off may have been exaggerated by people - and muted by computers.
U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis explains the steps the White House is taking to promote job growth and to guide the country to recovery
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, August 5, 2011