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Google's chairman Eric Schmidt will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The tech company is under scrutiny for possible antitrust violations and uncompetitive practices.
Although U.S. companies like Conoco-Phillips have been accused of violating environmental laws in China, many think they're being unfairly targeted in a land that lets Chinese companies brazenly violate pollution laws.
It has been a big year for natural disasters, from the tsunami in Japan to floods in Australia. And that means a year of big losses for insurance companies.
A Texas-based oil company discovered a large supply of deep water natural gas in the Mediterranean and plans to begin drilling this week. That's causing big tension with countries in the region.
Many Apple users have been anxiously awaiting the release of the newest iPhone, which reports say will come in early October. We talk to one user who has been living with a broken old iPhone until the day comes.
With several states and rival companies filing complaints, the AT&T/T-mobile merger tries to move forward today at a Department of Justice "status hearing."
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, September 21, 2011