Marketplace for May 10, 2011
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In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the country will "start from scratch" on its national energy plan.
A growing fleet of surveillance cars are plying the streets of London and other British cities looking for scofflaws. But a group of citizens on motorcycles is looking to thwart them.
State drops out of federal program that deports undocumented residents with criminal records. Law enforcement officials say it focused too much on workers with minor offenses, not hard-core felons.
The lack of jobs in Egypt is a major issue of discontent. So the new government has pledged to do something about it.
Skype's Internet phone and video network could give many Microsoft products a sharper competitive edge. But will Skype still be free?
As banks re-examine mortgages, they find fraud committed even during the housing bust.
Greece may need a further $86 billion bailout and may default on its debts. It is once more sparking fears of a deepening crisis in Europe.