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Construction crews continue to try to contain the Gulf oil leak this week, but they may not be able to cork another unlikely environmental casualty: a climate change bill that was heading to the Senate. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Brett Neely.
Tomorrow is election day in the U.K., and British investors will be allowed to trade on election results immediately after the poll closes. The vote is projected to raise a lot of business one way or the other. Stephen Beard explains why.
Entrepreneurs Melanie Moore and Susanne Greenfield wooed NYU's Stern School of Business with a business model for an online clothing site that focuses on the thrill of short-term auction. And Jeremy Hobson reports there's a growing trend here.
Ohio voters have OK'ed a ballot issue that could help lower the state's 11% unemployment rate. The program, which borrows millions to endorse emerging high-tech businesses, had wide support across party lines. Bill Cohen reports.
Although Russia is the traditional home of caviar, conditions are making it harder to raise sturgeon there. But one producer in Uruguay has proven its environment is one where caviar can prosper. Annie Murphy reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, May 5, 2010