Jun 10, 2010

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, June 10, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, June 10, 2010

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12,000 Twin Cities nurses ready to strike

Jun 10, 2010
About 12,000 nurses in the Twin Cities this morning are planning the largest hospital walkout in U.S. history in a national movement challenging the way hospitals are run.

Chrysler's Jeep Grand Cherokee relaunch will buy time

Jun 10, 2010
Chrysler is relaunching the Jeep Grand Cherokee, one of its most popular brands, to buy some time before it has a new model ready in showrooms.

Prison closings lead to loss of jobs

Jun 10, 2010
A number of prisons have closed around the country since the start of the recession, causing job losses in places where finding work is tough.

Getting borrowers off the payday loan cycle

Jun 10, 2010
Community organizers in Baltimore are trying to wean people off high-cost, short-term payday loans by offering a better loan deal -- and a mandatory financial fitness class.

Watchdog report criticizes $182 billion AIG bailout

Jun 10, 2010
The Congressional Oversight Panel released a critical report of the 2008 rescue of insurance giant AIG.

Federal regulators to investigate Apple's iAd

Jun 10, 2010
Apple's iAd, its new mobile advertising format, has caught the eye of federal regulators.

Investment fund managers face stiff congressional tax

Jun 10, 2010
Congress is working to approve a package of unemployment benefits, business tax breaks and aid to states before the July 4 break, which includes a stiff tax on investment fund managers.

BP shares hurt despite positive leak reports

Jun 10, 2010
BP shares continue to take a hit for the oil disaster despite reports it's capping the leak.

USC faces sanctions on football, basketball programs

Jun 10, 2010
The University of Southern California football and basketball programs will lose 20 college scholarships and the ability to play in the next two bowl games.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC

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