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The Greek basketball league would draw American players with fat contracts that included apartments, cars and even having your income taxes paid. Reporter Joanna Kakissis takes a look at the Greek basketball league today.
Tess Vigeland reads your responses to our stories about Netflix's new online-streaming-only plan, student athletes and money and applying for a job via voice mail.
In the world of rare earths -- the critical metals that are believed to be the fuel of tomorrow -- China is the global leader. Then came news that an Australian mine hopes to be operating by next year. Will other countries -- like the U.S. -- be following soon?
The unemployment rate in the U.S. has been stuck for a while now at just under 10 percent. Our pre-Great Recession rate was around 5 percent. Is it realistic to believe we can get back to that rate now, though? Alisa Roth explains that we may have to get used to a 'new normal.'
As Portugal nearly gets shut down by strikes from two labor unions and students protest education cuts in Italy and the U.K., the question arises of what is to come next in the European Union's financial crisis. Will it makes its way to recovery, or continue to falter?
Marketplace for Wednesday, November 24, 2010