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Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan discusses how a growing stock market doesn't equal a growing economy.
In an effort to divert rising floodwaters, the Army Corps of Engineers created large holes in a levee along the Mississippi River. The move could flood up to 130,000 acres of viable farmland.
Sony announced last week that the private information of 77 million PlayStation users may have been compromised by hackers. Now, as many as 24.6 million accounts on Sony's Online Entertainment division could be affected as well.
Renren, China's largest social network, is going public today in the U.S. The company has been called "the Facebook of China" but there's stiff competition from a slew of other social networks in the country.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said unexpected tax revenues and emergency steps to free up funds will allow the government to avoid hitting the debt ceiling until August 2nd.
The Army Corps of Engineers has created a large hole in a Missouri levee to regulate potential flooding of the Ohio River. Mississippi, Missouri county clerk Hubert Delay explains what this means for his county's economy.
The Justice Department has sued Deutsche Bank over allegations that the bank repeatedly committed mortgage fraud. Courtney Comstock with Business Insider explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, May 3, 2011