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Jun 11, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 11, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 11, 2010

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World Cup 2010 opens with high hopes of prosperity

Jun 11, 2010
South Africa rejoices as the World Cup 2010 opens to an electric mood in Johannesburg and hopes for economic growth.

Greece cracks down on tax evaders

Jun 11, 2010
Greece wants to crack down on its notorious tax dodgers to help its bottom line in dire times.

Alzheimer's database will help lower research costs

Jun 11, 2010
A coalition of drug companies is releasing a new database on Alzheimer's disease today to help lower research and development costs and get drugs the market faster.

BP could cut dividends to shareholders

Jun 11, 2010
BP considers dividend cuts to shareholders and President Obama weathers a British backlash.

New stock circuit breakers would prevent another flash crash

Jun 11, 2010
New circuit breakers designed to prevent a "flash crash" could hit the S&P 500 as soon as today.

Several factors point to double-dip recession

Jun 11, 2010
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich explains why there's not enough oomph in our current economic situation to promote a recovery.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC

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