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Marketplace for Monday, October 12, 2015
Oct 12, 2015

Marketplace for Monday, October 12, 2015

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A Nobel Prize for the study of poverty, a car that costs $75,000 and the wealthy families behind the presidential campaign.

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'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' casts West Covina in a lead

Oct 12, 2015
The Los Angeles suburb makes a star turn in the new musical series.
Rachel Bloom plays Rebecca Bunch, a depressed lawyer who follows her childhood crush to West Covina in "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend."
Image via The CW Television Network/YouTube

How much does cheap money affect mega-business deals?

Oct 12, 2015
Dell's $67 billion takeover of EMC storage services relies heavily on debt.

Most campaign money is coming from 158 families

Oct 12, 2015
Super PAC donations are largely coming from older white men leaning right.

Princeton economist awarded 2015 Nobel prize

Oct 12, 2015
Scottish-born Angus Deaton is known as a fierce critic of how poverty is measured.
"There are still 700 million people who are poor," Princeton economist Angus Deaton said at a press conference after his Nobel Prize was announced Monday.
JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images

Tesla's Elon Musk: cars, design and those falcon doors

The CEO talks about the future of his electric car company.
"Engineering and design is what I spend most of my time on," says Elon Musk, co-founder and CEO of Tesla Motors.
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

A Nobel Prize for the study of poverty, a car that costs $75,000 and the wealthy families behind the presidential campaign.

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