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A new report finds cities in pretty serious trouble. Financial analyst Meredith Whitney says we're about to see another economic crisis because of local economies failing. Eve Troeh has more.
German financial giant Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay more than half a billion dollars to settle a tax evasion case here in the U.S. Stephen Beard explains.
There's a new global survey that shows even the world's richest economies don't necessarily feature the planet's happiest people.
If you are traveling this holiday season, chances are you booked your flight online. But now a major airline is opting out of a discount travel site entirely. Eve Troeh reports.
All the good sales used to be after Christmas. But after the financial crisis, stores got desperate, and they started having sales before Christmas. So will last-minute bargain-hunters find the deals they're looking for?
The AARP released a report today that gauges how baby boomers are going about retirement. A trend of working past the age of 65 might turn out to be good for Uncle Sam, reports Bob Moon.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, December 22, 2010