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Warren Buffett's go-to man and expected contender to take over as CEO at Berkshire Hathaway, David Sokol, has resigned. The search for a new successor is now underway.
The Irish Central Bank is expected today to release the results of bank stress tests. Analysts predict Ireland will need to pump an additional $40 billion into its banks to keep them solvent.
Vice President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats agreed to a $33 billion in cuts from the current budget to avoid a government shut down. But is it enough for Republicans?
The sudden resignation of Berkshire Hathaway exec David Sokol is raising questions around what it means to be a successor and whether anyone can really replace a CEO like Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs or Rupert Murdoch.
A ruling released today from the World Trade Organization says Boeing received illegal government subsidies. That's after a similar ruling against Airbus last year.
Today the Federal Reserve named the banks that borrowed money from its emergency "discount window" at the height of the financial crisis. Matt Winkler, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, explains why it's a momentous occasion.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, March 31, 2011