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Gas prices may be rising steadily, but vacationers are still driven to travel this Memorial Day weekend. Jeremy Hobson reports oil prices won't get much worse, and cost per gallon may actually go down this summer.
British Airways announced the worst loss in its history at $600 million, and the airline doesn't see things improving any time soon. But this could help the carrier win approval for an alliance with American Airlines. Stephen Beard reports.
When Bethlehem Steel went bankrupt eight years ago, it left a legacy of empty workshops and rusting equipment. But where developers feared to tread in this Pennsylvania town, the Sands casino saw opportunity. Joel Rose reports.
The dollar's getting hammered today amid fears the U.S. could be headed for a lower credit rating. Yesterday, Standard & Poor's lowered its outlook for the United Kingdom. Is a U.S. ratings downgrade on the way? Janet Babin reports.
Cell phone companies are unveiling new smart phones this summer -- and this time around, the battle will be won based on how smart they really are. Stacey Vanek-Smith takes notes from the trenches.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, May 22, 2009