Marketplace for August 17, 2011
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It has been a topsy turvy month for the U.S. economy. So how did we get here?
A new study finds two out of 10 children in the U.S. live below the poverty line, more than a decade ago
Major corporations hold more than a trillion dollars in cash, rather than use it to expand or hire. It's insurance for the companies, in case of a financial shock or second recession. And it may be good for their employees, too.
The CEO of General Motors discusses how the company is trying to thrive after its government bailout and in this current state of the economy
The producer price index rose in July at its fastest clip in six months. That's not necessarily bad. What inflation rate implies a healing economy?
Los Angeles company copes with economic uncertainty when it comes to hiring