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After 151 years, grocery chain A&P has filed for bankruptcy. The company blames warehouse stores and mounting lease-debt for their losses. Janet Babin has more.
The Senate will vote today on the tax deal worked out between President Obama and GOP leaders, and up for discussion is the estate tax, also known as the death tax. Allan Sloan has more.
The Senate is set to vote today on President Obama's compromise, and besides the big tax cuts, there is also the $3 billion in cash grants for renewable energy to consider. Sarah Gardner reports on one big name supporting the program's extension.
National Economic Council Director Larry Summers is stepping down soon, and some believe it's President Obama's chance to mend his relationship with the business community.
Gift registries for weddings are the norm, but what about registries for children? It's not always easy to know what to get a two-year-old. But is a registry necessary? Or maybe even rude? Sally Herships hits the birthday parties to find out.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, December 13, 2010