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The Securities and Exchange Commission settled with Goldman Sachs & Co. yesterday for $550 million for civil fraud charges of misleading investors -- $300 million in fines, and the rest as compensation for investors who lost money. But who wins in this situation?
Apple CEO Steve Jobs held a conference today regarding the iPhone 4 and he offered a fix for the phone's reception problem -- a special case -- but he didn't seem too apologetic.
The 2011 British national census may be its last -- many are questioning the value of the information and the $700 million price tag isn't appealing for a country with financial concerns of its own.
Marketplace's Brendan Newnam and Rico Gagliano chat with fellow staffers Tess Vigeland, Paddy Hirsch, and Jeremy Hobson about airline baggage fees, New York subways, and funny stamps
Chefs in the Bay Area are ditching the brick-and-mortar restaurant in lieu of more mobile approach - taking orders over the Internet and delivering food direct to the consumer. April Dembosky reports from Oakland, Calif.
Marketplace for Friday, July 16, 2010