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Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday May 14, 2014
May 14, 2014

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday May 14, 2014

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The EU ruling on Google will be of great interest to privacy advocates in the U.S. Will Google and other search providers be forced to apply a uniform standard across the globe? Also, a look at Cisco's changing business model as it shifts to the cloud and invests in "The Internet of Things."

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China accuses GSK foreign executive of bribery

May 14, 2014
Chinese police took unprecedented step of charging a foreign executive of bribery.

U.S. manufacturing has an image problem

May 14, 2014
The industry's trying to attract the next generation of workers.

Ruling on Google search highlights privacy rift

May 14, 2014
The US and EU disagree on Big Data and privacy rules.
Attendees wear Google Glass while posing for a group photo during the Google I/O developer conference on May 17, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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Cisco tries to navigate "The Internet of Things"

May 14, 2014
A look at Cisco's changing business model as it shifts to the cloud.

How the White House calculates infrastructure jobs

May 14, 2014
White House warns 700,000 infrastructure jobs could be lost. What's that include?

PODCAST: Fixing infrastructure and American jobs

May 14, 2014
Cisco makes a move into the "Internet of Things." And, Fannie and Freddie start paying back the American taxpayer.

The EU ruling on Google will be of great interest to privacy advocates in the U.S. Will Google and other search providers be forced to apply a uniform standard across the globe? Also, a look at Cisco’s changing business model as it shifts to the cloud and invests in “The Internet of Things.”

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC