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U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner starts two days of meetings in London, Berlin and Frankfurt today as credit woes begin to mount throughout Europe.
The Chicago Blackhawks haven't won a Stanley Cup since 1961, and this weekend they'll be playing the Philadelphia Flyers in the National Hockey League playoffs. What changed? Tony Arnold reports.
The Iraqi government has said it will close the state-owned Iraqi Airways after declaring it bankrupt. Iraq's transportation ministry said the airline would be closed following a damaging dispute with Kuwait over war reparations.
If a business gives you your change in counterfeit money, you're probably out of luck unless you can prove it right there on the spot. But what if the fake money comes from an arm of the federal government?
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, May 26, 2010