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This week in our new series Welcome to New York, a series featuring conversations with the people who make the economy in the Big Apple what it is, Jeremy Hobson spoke to Cynthia Rowley, American fashion designer and New York style icon.
Jeremy Hobson speaks to Republican Congressman Dave Camp of Michigan. Congressman Camp is a member of the President's member of the full deficit panel, and he join's Marketplace to discuss the proposed plan to cut U.S. deficits by $4 trillion over the next decade.
Talks at this year's G20 summit featured a small, distant European economy. Ireland. Investors are worried that the Irish government may not be able to pay back all of its debt. Stephen Beard explains.
Along with hiking the retirement age and cutting entitlements, another thought the commission advising on how to cut the deficit has proposed to eliminate the mortgage interest deduction for home loans bigger than half a million dollars. Jill Schlesinger explains.
Senator Mark Warner wrote an op-ed in the Financial Times, outlining his proposal for a compromise to extend tax cuts that affect the nation's wealthiest. Alisa Roth explains.
Have you ever watched your kitty drink her milk, and wondered, "How does that work?" A team of scientists asked that question, and the answer could hold the key to clean-up efforts in the Gulf.
The new National Museum of American Jewish History is set to open this weekend in Philadelphia. It's housed right next to Independence Mall and the Liberty Bell, which could mean great attendance. But that also means the museum should be open on Saturdays, which goes against Jewish religious law.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, November 12, 2010