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In the D.C. battle between banks and retailers over swipe fees, both sides of the issue say they're on the side of consumers, but in reality, it's all about revenue.
There have been many debates recently about whether college is worth its cost in this economy. A study reveals confidence in higher education is low, but people may just be responding to these tough times right now.
The World Bank expects that for the short-term future, developing countries will help the global economy grow while richer countries continue to recover.
In 2010, video game sales for console systems, smartphones and social networks outpaced sales in the movie business. Steve Henn reports from the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
During his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Obama said he would like the Germans to take the lead in handling Europe's debt crisis, but that message may not sit well with Germans.
A report by McKinsey & Co. finds that 30 percent of employers say they will stop offering health insurance in 2014, when much of the Obama administration's heath care overhaul takes effect.
President Obama is expected to announce a partnership with key business leaders to help provide 500,000 community college students with the training needed for cutting edge manufacturing jobs.
As we close in on the August 2 deadline to raise the federal debt ceiling, some Republicans say that failing to raise the $14.3 trillion borrowing limit wouldn't be so catastrophic.
Professor Kent Moors, and author of "The Vega Factor: Oil Volatility and the Next Global Crisis" discusses why OPEC decided to keep oil production levels steady when most analysts were expecting an increase.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, June 8, 2011