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There's a lot of creative content on YouTube, some of it copyrighted. But instead of blocking that content, copyright holders increasingly prefer making money.
Facebook is trying to hire Robert Gibbs, former White House press secretary, according to a report in The New York Times. Gibbs would manage the social network's communications ahead of an IPO next year.
Worsening radiation at the nuclear reactors damaged by Japan's earthquake and tsunami is also putting at risk the financial health of the reactors' owner, one of Japan's largest electric utilities.
Maer Roshan, founder of the TheFix.com, discusses why he launched a site devoted to addiction and recovery, and whether he is having success finding advertisers for it.
In his speech tonight on the U.S. involvement in Libya, President Obama stressed that helping Libyan civilians is a humanitarian effort and would not require extra funding from American taxpayers.
Marketplace for March 28, 2011