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While Microsoft is using its new Internet Explorer 9 browser to encourage users to switch to Windows 7, Mozilla's new version of Firefox will still be compatible with the older Windows XP.
Japan could declare force majeure and withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol agreement, because it won't be meeting its promise to reduce carbon emissions.
Mobile carrier AT&T has agreed to buy No. 4 wireless carrier T-Mobile. The deal would make AT&T the nation's biggest wireless company -- but could leave the market with just two dominant providers.
The World Health Organization is reporting today there's a serious risk of food radiation in Japan. While the reports show only small amounts of radiation, many analysts are concerned the growing fear could further harm the fragile economy.
Airstrikes on Libyan targets threaten to prolong the country's oil supply outage -- and risks structural damage to the country's output of crude.
Julia Coronado, chief economist at the investment bank BNP Paribas, explains how mergers, like AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile, is an indicator for the health of the economy.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, March 21, 2011