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Marketplace's Gregory Warner takes a look at a change in the medical loss ratio rule than can benefit both insurance companies and customers.
Despite initial resistance, Ireland announced today that it has agreed to a $120 billion bailout from the EU and International Monetary Fund. With the country having been one of the EU's big success stories, where does that leave the Euro now?
The deadline on the decision of extending the Bush tax cuts is looming closer. If extended, the wealthy could continue to save hundreds of thousands of dollars, and some deem that as unfair. But with middle-class Americans only saving about $1,000, it begs the question: can helping the rich help others?
Wall Street relies on research and information dug up by market analysts. But when does legitimate market analysis cross the line over into insider trading? And how could that affect investors? Tess Vigeland talks to UCLA law professor Stephen Bainbridge.
Netflix has been blowing its movie-rental competitors out of the water since offering its movies-by-mail service. But now, the company is looking to ditch those red envelopes, announcing its new cheaper plan for streaming online only -- no DVDs.
Marketplace for Monday, November 22, 2010