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Police and firemen in Vallejo, Calif., were laid off as the city worked its way through bankruptcy. Hear the new plan to fill city coffers.
LVMH owns luxury brands from Louis Vuitton to Moet champagne and it now plans to sell watches. It will acquire a major piece of Italian jeweler Bulgari for $5.2 billion. Stephen Beard explains.
As unrest continues in the North Africa and the Middle East, China hopes to prevent similar protests with a new five-year plan to fight inflation and low wages. Rob Schmitz explains.
This week, the federal government will head to court for what may be the biggest insider trading case in decades. Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan say many on Wall Street will be watching closely.
The White House considers tapping into the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve to counter rising oil prices. But Gregory Warner reports that it may not cut gas prices.
The iconic weekly magazine is now in the hands of a "new media" company. Rick Edmonds, media business analyst at the Poynter Institute, explains what today's relaunch says about the magazine industry.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, March 7, 2011