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Chrysler is back in court after a marathon session last night. But some creditors and dealers are objecting strongly to the reorganization plan, and appeals look evident. Tamara Keith reports.
President Obama announces a new government plan today to identify cyber threats and protect vital information from hackers, like military secrets and operating the U.S. electricity grid. John Dimsdale reports explores why we're particularly vulnerable.
Gold prospecting has become a popular thing to do in Southern California, even if just for fun. But even though the yields are meager, the process of mining for them is illegal in some areas. Rico Gagliano reports.
Last year, Germany shipped out $1.3 trillion worth of goods, which is more than China. So the collapse in international demand has hit its export industry hard. Brett Neely explores how poor sales have affected the country.
Ugly Wudi premiered in China last fall to huge ratings -- and even bigger product placement. But experts say Western marketers aren't committing a faux pas as far as Chinese viewers are concerned. Scott Tong reports.
A new multibillion-dollar nuclear facility fusion could bring us closer to the reality of carbon-free energy. But some say even if we bring the technology closer, it may already be too late. Sam Eaton reports.
A meeting in Berlin today will determine which company Germany prefers for GM Europe. But Fiat says it's getting fed up with Gemrany's unreasonable financial demands. Stephen Beard reports that may help the other guy may win.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, May 29, 2009