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Candidates this year are spending unprecedented amounts of money to get voters to the polls, using sophisticated databases to find only those people most likely to vote their way. John Dimsdale reports.
State and local officials are worried that they might not be able to pay the bill for sky-rocketing pension and health care costs. Bob Moon explains.
AIG will sell off its valuable Asian insurance business, a move that will jump start its plan to pay back more than a $100 billion in taxpayer bailout money. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Taylor Swift sure knows how to promote her music. The country singer/songwriter has a new album coming out, and she's already released one single, which you'd know if you were one of her four and a half million Twitter followers.
The Asian Life Insurance arm of AIG went public bringing in almost $18 billion to pay back the federal bailout of the insurance giant during the financial crisis two years ago.
Chris, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner has asked the G-20 members to limit their trade surpluses and trade deficits to a percentage of their economic output. Chris Low reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, October 22, 2010