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The Blythe Solar Power Project on the California-Arizona border will be the world's largest solar-and-steam power plant, producing enough energy to power 300,000 homes.
<em>Variety</em>'s editorial director Peter Bart talks about the major differences in Hollywood and the film industry since he was an executive at Paramount Pictures in the 1960s and 1970s.
Just like President Obama's health care reform law, the American Medical Association's current policy says most Americans should be required to buy health insurance. But the law also comes with requirements that could put small practices out of business.
Women in Saudi Arabia are driving today as part of a nationwide, social-media campaign protesting driving restrictions. Dr. Fawziah Al-Bakr, professor at King Saud University, explains.
Jill Schlesinger, editor at large at CBS/MoneyWatch, explains what the fiscal landscape would look like if the Greek debt crisis was addressed this weekend.
Chris Low, chief economist with FTN Financial, explains some of the factors that are brining down the cost of oil, and when we'll see the prices down at the gas pump.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Securities and Exchange Commission could file civil fraud charges against some credit ratings agencies for potential negligence in mortgage-bond deals that helped trigger the financial crisis. Jean Eaglesham from the Wall Street Journal explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, June 17, 2011