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Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy three years ago today. Marketplace's Heidi Moore takes a look back at what happened, and how it's still affecting the economy today.
The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers three years later: What have we learned? Phil Angelides, former chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, talks about the financial crisis of 2008.
Economic growth in Europe is predicted to slow for the rest of 2011, which is certain to make an economic impact in the U.S. Marketplace's David Gura tells us why leaders must work together to prevent that.
Much blame has been placed on Greece and other indebted countries for the financial woes of the European Union. But according to one columnist, Germany is also in the wrong.
In the U.K., families throw away over 5 million tons of perfectly good food every year. The U.K. government thinks "sell-by" dates are to blame.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner heads to Europe tomorrow to discuss the ongoing debt crisis with E.U. finance ministers. But will he, and the U.S., be able to make a difference?
According to reports, the initial public offering for Groupon will soon be back on after several delays. But what about the fate of tech companies in the long-term?
A bill up for vote in the House today would allow companies to relocate plants, and the jobs at those plants, to states that are the most financially advantageous -- even if it means going against workers rights.
Five central banks across the globe will allow European banks to access U.S. dollars for three months, in the hopes that it will stifle any further economic downward spiral.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, September 15, 2011