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The Securities and Exchange Commission says it will go after originators of false rumors intended to manipulate stock prices. But, as John Dimsdale reports, gossip has been around since the stock market began.
Even upscale stores are hurting from the slow economy. So what's a Prada or Coach or Saks Fifth Avenue retailer to do? Stacey Vanek-Smith finds out that more and more high-end brands are turning up in outlet malls.
The combination of private and public ownership makes Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac hybrids, and that, says commentator Amity Shlaes, is a big part of the problem. It might be heresy to some, but she thinks nationalizing them is the…
You know the little green gecko in the Geiko commercial? Well its real-life model has an amazing ability to attach its toes to any surface, then easily peel them off. Janet Babin reports on the commercial promise of that gecko…
While looting continues in already plundered Zimbabawe, a search is on for the millions of dollars believed to have been funneled out of the country. Stephen Beard reports.
Marketplace for Monday, July 14, 2008
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