Marketplace for Monday, Dec. 3, 2007
Leaders of the Dutch- and French-speaking populations have called off negotiations to form a new government -- six months after national elections. Much of their disagreement is over economic issues. John Laurenson reports.
Dell started out the day as a computer company. But by the time the markets closed it had become an advertising powerhouse. The company says it's going to spend $4.5 billion to create its own ad agency. Lisa Napoli reports.
Posted In: Economy, Housing, Wall Street
Moody's Investors Service is warning it might soon downgrade $105 billion in debt related to structured investment vehicles. It's the biggest rating cut since the subprime crisis hit last summer, and not at all what the credit industry's looking for. Jill Barshay reports.
Robert Chambers could have easily retired after leaving car sales and owning several businesses. Instead, he has channeled his energy into helping low-income car buyers make smart purchases that will help them on the road to prosperity. Steve Tripoli reports.
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