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Hospital computers are supposed to be adept at assisting doctors and nurses at tasks like spotting errors with prescriptions. But a new study out stays the technology might not be as thorough as it needs to be. Gregory Warner reports.
Some economically troubled areas are dealing with unemployment, some with the housing bust. But both? Researchers at the Urban Institute call that "double trouble," and describes most cities in Florida and California. Brett Neely reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has launched his campaign today for re-election, and the economy is, of course, the priority issue. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard about how Brown is fairing with investors, voters and the markets.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, April 6, 2010