Marketplace Morning Report for Monday September 29, 2014
Sep 29, 2014

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday September 29, 2014

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First up, questions are being raised on whether Apple and other companies took advantage of illegal tax arrangements. The European Union is reportedly set to take Apple and Ireland to task for what regulators see as a sweetheart tax deal for the Silicon Valley giant. Plus, you think of the ATM as a way to get money, but a new study shows that increasingly, it's the other way around. Bankrate.com released a survey today showing that ATM fees are up as much as 5 percent in some parts of the country. And an update on the art of the steal: over the past few years there have been a number of legal spats between artists accusing other artists of swiping their concept. Richard Prince, or the late David Smith come to mind. Stealing art is legally okay...except when it's not. More on how that vagueness is a thorn in the side of the expensive art market.

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ATM fees continue to rise

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Biting the hand that feeds you?

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Former CEO of AIG Hank Greenberg is suing over the 2008 bailout.

First up, questions are being raised on whether Apple and other companies took advantage of illegal tax arrangements. The European Union is reportedly set to take Apple and Ireland to task for what regulators see as a sweetheart tax deal for the Silicon Valley giant. Plus, you think of the ATM as a way to get money, but a new study shows that increasingly, it’s the other way around. Bankrate.com released a survey today showing that ATM fees are up as much as 5 percent in some parts of the country. And an update on the art of the steal: over the past few years there have been a number of legal spats between artists accusing other artists of swiping their concept. Richard Prince, or the late David Smith come to mind. Stealing art is legally okay…except when it’s not. More on how that vagueness is a thorn in the side of the expensive art market.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC