Jun 20, 2011

Marketplace for June 20, 2011

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Marketplace for June 20, 2011

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Creating jobs in Egypt

Jun 20, 2011
In Egypt, a better economic future has to mean somehow getting jobs for vast numbers of people, but doing that requires a way out of what you might call "The Maze."

Syrian refugees: The view from across the Turkish border

Jun 20, 2011
Thousands of Syrians have fled north to Turkey since protests began in Syria. Reporter Alisa Roth discusses the humanitarian situation developing at the Syrian-Turkish border.

The Supreme Court rules in favor of Walmart

Jun 20, 2011
The Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling that more than a million female employees could join in a lawsuit accusing Walmart of paying women less than men.

Supreme Court rejects global warming lawsuit

Jun 20, 2011
The Supreme Court said today that six states cannot sue utilities over emissions contributing to climate change. Instead, the EPA should regulate greenhouse gases.

Racine mayor looks for ways to bring down unemployment

Jun 20, 2011
A new report commissioned by mayors nationwide says cities aren't creating jobs fast enough. John Dickert, mayor of Racine, Wis., discusses the economic mood of his constituents and what he's doing to create jobs.

New ways for banks to profit from you

Jun 20, 2011
Banks and credit card companies are looking for ways to make up billions in fees they can no longer charge, thanks to new regulations. Your shopping habits are high value.
A Secure Data Transaction chart from Cardlytics explains how personal identifiable data is never used and customer transactions never leave your data center.
Courtesy of Cardlytics

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