Host Jessica Harris speaks with Rob Kalin, founder of Etsy, an online marketplace for handmade goods. Harris also speaks with Alexa Hirschfeld, co-founder of Paperless Post, a web-based company that sends digital invitations.
There would have been chaos in Europe today if Syriza, the Greek party that opposes the bailout deal, had won yesterday's election. Instead, the pro-bailout New Democracy party won the election.
And in Europe today, borrowing costs are rising for Spain and Italy, it's still unclear how Greece will weather the next few months, and unemployment rates are still over 20 percent in Spain and Greece.
Over the weekend, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney continued his Every Town Counts bus tour, traveling through Pennsylvania and Ohio. He's visiting states that went for Obama in 2008 but gave Republicans big victories in the 2012 mid-term elections.
But she says one things seems clear: Based on the decree they issued this weekend the generals who have effectively been running things since Hosni Mubarak's regime was toppled in early 2011 will be "around and in charge until October, at least."