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As the unemployed and employed alike await world from President Obama on Thursday about how he plans to create jobs, some see a promising answer in the construction and refurbishing of our nation's schools.
A new domain for adult-oriented websites is opening -- and established organizations will have to register with a blocking service to prevent cyber-squatters from putting .xxx on their brands.
Jobs growth predictions have been cut down by the President's economic forecasters. But will President Obama be able to keep the economy chugging along in 2012?
Hurricane Irene continues to affect commuters on the East Coast. In Vermont, people are getting creative in the face of damaged roads -- by hiking to work in the morning.
Experts disagree whether free trade agreements with countries like South Korea and Colombia will improve our economy stateside. The plans have been drafted but have yet to reach Congress.
As the jobs market stumbles, organizations from the U.S. Chamber of Congress to the White House are suggesting ideas to get Americans working again. But which idea has the best chance of working?
In a summer full of extreme weather, Texas is the latest to get hit with drought and raging wildfires. We talk to a local councilwoman about how the Austin area hopes to recover economically.
The value of the Swiss franc has been soaring in recent months, as investors saw it as a safer bet than the euro. But that isn't necessarily a good thing for Switzerland.
Over the last few weeks, employment reports have painted a grim picture of the current U.S. economic state. But one expert thinks that a major solution for Obama and the country is construction.
The job market for recent college graduates is tougher than ever. Now one institution is paying up to $2,000 to companies that will hire its former students.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, September 6, 2011