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Mitt Romney will address health care reform in a speech today. As governor, he shepherded a law in Massachusetts that requires all residents to have health insurance, but today is expected to distance himself from the law and call for a repeal to Obamacare.
American corporations are investing in Chinese web giants like Baidu. But those same websites are stealing content and copyrighted material from other American firms.
Caitlin Kelly, journalist and author of "Malled," talks about her unintentional path to a career in retail, and what she found out about the industry while working the job.
With much of the country paying more that $4 a gallon for gas, Senate Democrats and Republicans are squaring off over whether to cut tax credits for oil companies.
Federal Communications Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker announced yesterday that she will resign from the FCC to join Comcast-NBC Universal, after she voted to approve the merger four months ago. Eliza Krigman with Politico Pro explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday May 12, 2011