Nov 5, 2012

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 5, 2012

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Shut out for months by political commercials, businesses face more pain when they can resume local TV ads: High rates due to pent-up demand. On Election Day, exit pollster Edison Research will divert resources from largely predictable states to swing…

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Local advertisers long to reclaim airwaves

Nov 5, 2012
Shut out for months by political commercials, businesses face more pain when they can resume local TV ads: High rates due to pent-up demand.

Education, economy help undecideds make their choice

Nov 5, 2012
Loudoun County, Virginia fence-sitters explain what got them to commit.

Exit pollster reduces size of survey in non-swing states

Nov 5, 2012
Edison Research will divert resources from largely predictable states to swing states, 'where the news is.'

Greek workers protest latest austerity push

Nov 5, 2012
Workers are back on strike this morning in Greece, where the government is scheduled to vote on a new round of austerity cuts this week.

Jorge Ramos on the candidates, immigration, and the Latino vote

Nov 5, 2012
Jorge Ramos, anchor for Univision News, shares his take on what matters most to Latino voters this election and where the presidential candidates stand on the issue of immigration.

Thousands of New Yorkers displaced after Sandy

Nov 5, 2012
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the city will need to find housing for 30,000 to 40,000 people due to Hurricane Sandy.

Markets await election result

Nov 5, 2012
The election won't instantly resolve all economic uncertainty, but companies and investors will finally know whose vision will set the economic agenda.

Brice Harris: California community colleges face education 'rationing'

Nov 5, 2012
Through the recession, community colleges have assumed a heavy burden: Get people ready for jobs at a time of tight employment and tight budgets.

News organizations want to be right -- and fast

Nov 5, 2012
The race among the news media to be first to declare states for President Obama or Gov. Romney will be intense. And yet, accuracy is also important. How will news organizations balance the two on election night?

PODCAST: Markets watch and wait, a sasquatch blimp inflates

Nov 5, 2012
Markets are taking a chill pill ahead of the election, but for the news media, gentlemen start your engines. TV ads, media guidelines, and a conversation with Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos about immigration. Also a new search for the…

Shut out for months by political commercials, businesses face more pain when they can resume local TV ads: High rates due to pent-up demand. On Election Day, exit pollster Edison Research will divert resources from largely predictable states to swing states, ‘where the news is.’ Two swing voters in Virginia battleground district, Loudoun County, explain what got them to commit.

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