Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 2, 2013
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As Pope Francis moves to shake up the Vatican Bank, the troubled bank seems to be shaking itself up, too. Two top officials quit today, amid a new scandal. Today data will be released on U.S. car sales for June. Some are predicting the best month since before the great recession. And a look at the fees immigrants pay to get H-1B visa jobs.
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Posted In: zynga, Microsoft, video game, xbox
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Posted In: Immigration, immigration reform, H-1B visas, visa
Some immigrants looking to teach in the U.S. are forced to pay multiple fees for the chance.