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China has seen a string of alarming food safety reports -- from glow-in-the-dark pork to ink-dyed steamed buns. But the uptick in scandals could mean that food in China is actually getting safer.
The White House is blaming "speculators" for high gas prices; the "speculators" say the Fed is to blame because quantitative easing put the dollar in the dumps, making commodities more attractive to investors.
Donald Trump's name can be seen on real estate towers and casinos, even bottled water and vitamins. But sporting the Trump name doesn't necessarily mean the man himself is involved, as Anna Sale explains.
The newest addition to the social media giant will tap into the booming online coupon market. But can Facebook beat out companies like Groupon and LivingSocial?
Juli Niemann, analyst with Smith Moore and Company, explains how the recent string of tornadoes plaguing the U.S. will impact the property and casualty companies.
U.S. home prices fell in February for the eighth straight month according to the S&P Case-Shiller home-price indexes. Karl Case, co-founder of the Case Shiller Index, explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, April 26, 2011