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The Obama Administration announced several proposals to stimulate the economy, including tax break extensions. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman sees how tax breaks could influence business growth and if it'll result in job creation.
Since the earthquake in January, more Haitians are heading for the country, where more services and opportunities are offered. Supporters believe spreading industries and services across the country will make it less vulnerable from natural disasters.
UCLA's Anderson School of Management would like to have a more predictable, stable income -- so they want to opt out of millions in state funds. But with California's economy so unstable, the school's wish makes sense.
Football coach Vince Lombardi expected nothing but the best from his players. But even with the best effort, will "Lombardi," the Broadway play, attract the largely female Broadway crowd and even football fans who've never been to the theater?
Less hours hitting the books, a casual attitude about plagiarism -- what's to like about the new incoming class of college students? Professor Daniel Drezner thinks that the situation isn't as bleak as it seems.
The Federal Housing Administration launched a new short refinance program, which would encourage lenders to forgive some debt. But critics say the government should stay out of the housing market.
Marketplace for Tuesday, September 7, 2010