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Marketplace All-in-One

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

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619 Ratings
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Thorough and interesting!!

By kacsac - May 23 2019
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Excellent interviews -- in depth and rich.

I listen multiple times a day

By meleeska - Aug 13 2018
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This is a fantastic show that constantly increases my financial literacy.

iTunes Ratings

619 Ratings
Average Ratings
481
63
28
20
27

Thorough and interesting!!

By kacsac - May 23 2019
Read more
Excellent interviews -- in depth and rich.

I listen multiple times a day

By meleeska - Aug 13 2018
Read more
This is a fantastic show that constantly increases my financial literacy.

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Marketplace All-in-One

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

Gen Z hits the mall for Black Friday

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Whether you spend the day after Thanksgiving hunting for deals or lounging on the couch, consumer spending is still one of the primary drivers of this economy. Today, we’re gonna look at the outlook for this holiday season. Plus: why more teens are headed to stores today, how one couple found perfect gift, and why you might find a pair of Crocs under the tree this year.

Nov 30 2019

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The shocking truth about electric vehicles

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How President Trump’s legislative rebuke of Hong Kong’s policies could actually hurt the region. A record number of packages shipping out this holiday season means a record amount of returns. Plus, despite going mainstream, sales of electric vehicles are expected to remain low.

Nov 29 2019

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Walk, run, fly

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Thanksgiving air travel is expected to break records this year, and that means a lot of sitting around at airports. But there might be alternatives this year: Some airports are building walking paths, yoga rooms and full gyms. But is that the best use of space? Also: How small businesses are negotiating tariffs, innovation in the flower industry and a “Decade of Fire” in the Bronx.

Nov 28 2019

26mins

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Clocking in is not in the timecards

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Will consumers spend big this Black Friday weekend? Investors sure hope so. World leaders meet in Spain to talk climate change. The maker of a popular punch-in clock is clocking out. Plus, upside-down Christmas trees are all the rage this season.

Nov 29 2019

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The Black Friday Rebellion

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From the BBC’s World Service… India’s growth rate is at its lowest in six years. What business wants from the COP25. Plus, a Yorkshire town stages a movement to buy nothing.

Nov 29 2019

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UPS and FedEx caught in the holiday hustle and bustle

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We’re a week into the official holiday shopping season and, thanks to a late Thanksgiving, some shipping companies are already racing to the finish line. Plus: The end of the WTO as we know it, Sen. Rand Paul’s creative proposal for student loan debt and will 5G live up to the hype?

Dec 05 2019

27mins

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It’s not delivery. It’s the grocery store.

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November’s jobs numbers promise to be underwhelming. Kroger gets into the food delivery business. Plus, a woman deals with ailing parents as an only child.

Dec 05 2019

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What the term “able-bodied adults” misses

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Huawei lobs another legal challenge against the U.S. over its ban of the Chinese tech giant’s components. Who are the people at risk of losing SNAP benefits under the Trump Administration’s new proposed rules? Plus, the anatomy of a leveraged buyout.

Dec 05 2019

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Food prices give India’s central bank pause

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From the BBC World Service… Huawei lobs another legal challenge at the U.S. Pension strikes threaten to cripple France. Plus, rising inflation forces India’s central bank to hold interest rates.

Dec 05 2019

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Making clean water from sunshine and air

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This week, world leaders are meeting at the United Nations climate summit in Madrid, talking about how to keep global warming in check. One thing that’s going to become increasingly valuable in the future is drinking water. Droughts, storms and sea level rise all affect the availability of potable water. India, in fact, is already running out. One startup is working on it with tech that collects water vapor from the air and stores it as clean water.

Dec 05 2019

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Where the money from food stamps is actually going

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The Trump administration is tightening work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as SNAP or sometimes “food stamps.” The White House says low unemployment should make finding work easy, and the move will save $5.5 billion over the next five years. Today, we follow the money to find out what impacts the move could have. Plus: Twitter’s junk bonds, e-books’ effect on libraries and the unexpected costs that come with treating rare cancers.

Dec 05 2019

28mins

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There’s no place like a party store for the holidays

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The Trump Administration plans to restrict access to the SNAP, or food stamp programs, claiming the move will get people working. College debt is rising for more affluent students. Plus, online shopping is great for a lot of things, but for getting into the holiday spirit — not so much.

Dec 04 2019

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The bus things in life are free

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A look at Alphabet’s new CEO Sundar Pichai from his hometown in India. OPEC and Russia could slow down oil supply to maintain prices. Plus, Kansas City, Missouri floats making public buses free.

Dec 04 2019

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The rise of the most powerful Indian in business

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From the BBC World Service… We profile Sundar Pichai, who is taking over as chief executive of Google’s parent company Alphabet. The International Monetary Fund counts the cost of unrest and trade tensions on Hong Kong. Plus, how Paris is transforming its unused parking garages.

Dec 04 2019

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What “Blade Runner” got right — and wrong — about our 2019 tech

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The 1982 science fiction classic “Blade Runner” was set in November 2019 in Los Angeles. But the LA envisioned by director Ridley Scott is very different from the LA you’d recognize today. For one thing, it’s raining all the time, and it’s a dystopian hellscape with flying cars, pervasive technology and artificial humans, or replicants, who are almost indistinguishable from real humans. Also, almost everyone smokes. Aside from the obvious, how far off is the movie from present-day 2019?

Dec 04 2019

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Congrats!? Your business has been “rescued”

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Toys R Us, Payless, Brookstone, Sports Authority, Gymboree. Maybe you remember shopping at some of these stores. Maybe you remember reading elegies when they shut down. All of these stores were bought by private equity firms that claimed to see value in a fledgling brand. When that didn’t pan out, there were store closures, bankruptcy filings and a lot of layoffs. Many progressive politicians are now pointing to private equity as “exhibit A” in the case for more Wall Street regulation. Joining us to sort through it all is Marketplace reporter Marielle Segarra.

Meanwhile, we’re looking for your 2020 predictions for our annual predictions episode. Send your voice memos to makemesmart@marketplace.org.

Dec 04 2019

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Who gets to ring the bell at the New York Stock Exchange?

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We’re partial to “Stormy Weather” and “We’re In the Money,” but there’s one iconic sound that means it’s time to do the numbers: the bell that opens and closes the trading day on Wall Street. Today we take a look at that tradition, who gets to ring the bell and how they do it. Plus: Why batteries are getting cheaper and what the economy will look like in a year if the trade war continues.

Dec 04 2019

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How Baby2Baby turned one photo into thousands of diapers

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Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein knew they wanted their nonprofit, Baby2Baby, to do big things to help kids living in poverty. But they didn’t realize that a photo featuring Jessica Alba and Nicole Richie at one of their first events would lead to a donation of 100,000 diapers and a totally new strategy for growth. They talked with us about running their nonprofit as a business, working together as co-presidents and why their work is nowhere near done.

Dec 03 2019

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Citibank, country bank

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Investors balk at Trump’s insinuation there might not be a trade deal until after the 2020 election. Congress investigates substandard military housing. Plus, it’s getting harder and harder to keep bank branches open in rural areas.

Dec 03 2019

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Decolonizing giving

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“New NAFTA” hits a snag. The EU pledges to cut greenhouse emissions to zero. Plus, facing philanthropy’s history of exploitation and privilege.

Dec 03 2019

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Climate change is a health threat

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From the BBC World Service… France and the U.S. are locked in a war of words over tariffs. The World Health Organization issues a warning on climate change. Plus, why Saudi Arabia is investing more money in the arts.

Dec 03 2019

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Happy? Holidays! Worker injuries spike at Amazon warehouses seasonally, data shows

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Amazon is by far the largest online retailer in the United States. Chances are you’ve clicked the buy button for holiday shopping or just some daily staples recently. Reporter Will Evans said he obtained records on injury rates from 23 Amazon fulfillment centers around the country and found the rate of serious injuries is more than double the average for the industry. At some warehouses, it’s as much as six times higher.

Dec 03 2019

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Just about everything you own came on a truck

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America is short more than 60,000 truckers, and that number is expected to double in the next decade. Today, we talk with a trucker who trains people for the road. Plus, the latest on currency and trade wars, how e-commerce has changed holiday hiring and another shortage Americans are grappling with: not enough access to childcare.

Dec 02 2019

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Why working from home is good for everybody

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Trump reimposes steel and aluminium tariffs on Brazil and Argentina. NATO turns 70, and some world leaders say the alliance is needed now more than ever. You’ll soon be able to download all your Facebook photos. Plus, more telecommuting could mean a boost for the American economy.

Dec 02 2019

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Even Milton Friedman was concerned about student loan debt

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The FDA weighs in on the safety of CBD. Charities fear an even bigger drop in giving this year. Plus, how realistic is the prospect of wiping out student debt?

Dec 02 2019

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