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Soon, all PCs sold in China will have to come equipped with censorship software. Officials say it's meant to block access to pornographic Web sites. Jeremy Hobson reports on why computer-makers are likely to comply with Beijing's orders.
Traders bought and sold complex financial contracts called derivatives over the last decade. But no one knew the destruction they'd cause in the new millennium. John Dimsdale reports on new regulation that could be coming to the industry.
Paul Kedrosky, editor of the business blog 'Infectious Greed,' talks with Tess Vigeland about why entrepreneurs are a good bet to help us get out of this economic mess, even in the middle of a credit crunch.
Marketplace for Monday, June 8, 2009