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The competing aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus rely on a lot of the same companies to get them everything from wings to warning lights. With a record number of orders for new airplanes, that could be a problem.
Last week, OnStar announced that it would continue to track former clients even after they cancel the service. Now, after public outcry, that action has been called off.
The Greek government recently passed a property tax that has many citizens and business owners outraged. According to the chairman of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the government has it all wrong.
Jose Manuel Barroso spoke today on the state of the European Union, promoting a new formal tax proposal and calling for greater unity amongst the countries in this time of struggle.
Alessio Rastani, a self-described financial trader, created an Internet sensation by bluntly stating how bad the crisis really is -- and how people like him hope to benefit from it.
Marketplace Morning Report for September 28, 2011