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Vice President Joe Biden was at the Brooklyn Bridge to talk about a $30 million federal investment for a major rehab of the 117-year-old span. It was a chance for the Obama administration to tout the benefits of its $787 billion stimulus package. Just how much stimulus is left? Jeremy Hobson reports.
AT&T says it is eliminating its unlimited data plan starting next week, which means new iPhone and iPad users will have to limit their usage or pay for extra data. Jeff Horwich reports.
Venezuela has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into social programs. But because oil revenues are down, large-scale government spending has contributed to high inflation. Reece Erlich reports.
Six weeks in, BP and the federal government have started accepting some international help in cleaning up the oil leak. Sophisticated skimmers from the Netherlands are set to be at work in the Gulf. What took so long? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Nowadays when you want to show off your purchases, the thing to do is go online. It's called "social shopping," and websites where consumers can post their latest buys are popping up all over. Sally Herships reports.
Marketplace for Wednesday, June 2, 2010