Oct 25, 2011

Marketplace for October 25, 2011

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Marketplace for October 25, 2011

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Getting caught up in the passion of Steve Jobs

Oct 25, 2011
Walter Isaacson talks about his new biography on Steve Jobs, and his experiences with the Apple founder.

The Greek perspective

Oct 25, 2011
Antonis Papayiannidis, editor of Greece's Economic Review, discusses his country's future in the wake of economic crisis.

Fast food in Tunisia

Oct 25, 2011
International restaurant chains think a newly democratic Tunisia could be a promising place to set up shop. Tunisians love their own version of fast food, but some say they'd welcome the occasional cheeseburger.

Netflix stock takes another beating

Oct 25, 2011
And the stakes get higher in the battle for the streaming-video business.

NCAA looks to overhaul rules

Oct 25, 2011
College athletes could get more financial aid, scholarship money and other financial support.

Rick Perry unveils flat tax

Oct 25, 2011
Perry's plan is an optional 20 percent flat tax. Herman Cain has his flat tax. So what are the contours of the GOP candidates' approach to taxation? What do they mean for the economy?

BP profits triple

Oct 25, 2011
The company reports third quarter profits of $5 billion, buoyed by high oil prices.

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