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In Beijing now, new rules can close businesses in Olympic "safety zones." But as Scott Tong reports, seemingly overnight rule changes are nothing new in China when it comes to business.
San Francisco-based Levi's, which used to tailor its 501 jeans for varying body sizes, will market one standard cut and style around the world to cut costs. Nancy Marshall Genzer has more.
IBM, which had strong second-quarter earnings, is known as an indicator for the health of tech stocks. Then why did other tech giants fall flat? Janet Babin has the story.
A rescue plan is in the works for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but again today stock prices rose for both. And hoping to head off a government takeover, Freddie Mac is looking to sell $5.5 billion in stock. John…
Marketplace report for Friday, July 18, 2008
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