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British Prime Minister David Cameron held a press conference today where he said British politicians should not have ignored the phone hacking scandal. And Cameron also discussed how the issue could impact a major acquisition by Rupert Murdoch.
Tomorrow, the Republic of South Sudan will become the 193rd country of the world. But it takes more than just a name to become a country, as the BBC's Peter Martell explains.
Online real estate company Zillow has released some more details about its planned initial public offering. But with the housing market in shambles, is the timing right for a real estate website to go public?
Today we'll get the official jobs report from the Labor Department. Early estimates from economists are predicting that the economy added north of 100,000 jobs in June -- but that growth isn't happening everywhere.
Jill Schlesinger, editor-at-large at CBS/MoneyWatch, takes a look at today's job report from the Labor Department, and shares her hopes for a continued recovery.
Chris Low, chief economist with FTN Financial, explains today's jobs report from the Labor Department, and how the numbers could affect the debt talks in Washington.
Liberal economists say we're already seeing what happens when stimulus runs out: today's jobs report shows that government cut 39,000 jobs in June.
The chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors tells Marketplace that lawmakers 'shouldn't be using data as a leverage point for negotiations' about the debt ceiling. But the weak jobs report should be 'a call to action' for White House and Congressional leaders.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, July 8, 2011