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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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Love the show

By kspany - Apr 10 2020
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I’ve been listening for years, first time writing a review. Keep up the good work guys.

Thorough and interesting!!

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

iTunes Ratings

733 Ratings
Average Ratings
580
68
27
26
32

Love the show

By kspany - Apr 10 2020
Read more
I’ve been listening for years, first time writing a review. Keep up the good work guys.

Thorough and interesting!!

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

Latest release on Oct 29, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: The stock market is looking up today for a change

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After three days of sharp declines, some signs of stabilization in markets. U.S. stock index futures were up early Thursday. Plus, warnings of a ransomware assault that threatens U.S. health care. And, how one county in the swing state of Pennsylvania has tried to beef up its election system to deal with the influx of mail-in ballots.

Oct 29 2020

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Rank #2: What more can the European Central Bank do?

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From the BBC World Service: Pressure is mounting on ECB President Christine Lagarde for additional economic support. The on-again, off-again LVMH-Tiffany merger is … on again. What’s in China’s long-term economic strategy?

Oct 29 2020

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Rank #3: No, social media isn’t biased against conservatives

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The CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter testified Wednesday at a Senate hearing that was supposed to be about a fundamentally important internet law called Section 230 — which is about liability protection for tech companies. Instead, the hearing ended up being about how much power big tech companies hold, and how they wield it. Republicans accused social media platforms of anti-conservative bias, but Marketplace Tech’s Molly Wood says the evidence does not support that.

Oct 29 2020

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Rank #4: Is it daylight savings time or daylight saving time?

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Whatever you call it, this weekend we’ll “fall back” to standard time, and it will suddenly feel like it gets dark very early. One listener wants to know: What if we didn’t? We’re tackling that question and many more from you all on this Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday. Also on the docket: air travel, polling data and commercial real estate.

As always, you can find links to everything we talked about today at makemesmart.org.

Oct 28 2020

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Rank #5: Coronavirus cases go up, the market goes down

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That’s an oversimplification, but not by much. All three major indexes cratered today with cases up and no relief package in sight. No sector was spared, but we’ll zoom in on Boeing and look ahead to Thursday’s GDP numbers. Plus: the Section 230 hearing, Crocs’ pandemic comeback and who pays for a recount?

Oct 28 2020

27mins

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Rank #6: When is it OK to sell an art museum’s paintings?

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What about during a pandemic? Or are there other ways museums should be trying to raise money? Plus, as of early Wednesday morning, the stock market was down 5% this week. One market analyst says there are three big things driving the downturn. And, advertisers run into trouble with Facebook’s temporary ban on political ads.

Oct 28 2020

9mins

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Rank #7: Big Tech CEOs appear before Congress again, this time over Section 230 protections

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The chief executives of Twitter, Facebook and Google will appear on screens before the Senate Commerce Committee this morning. Plus, it appears consumer confidence is stalling, and when it comes to coping with the COVID economy, one’s age often matters. And, this isn’t the first election in which we’ve seen promises from candidates to address income inequality. Let’s turn back to 1968.

Oct 28 2020

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Rank #8: European investors, businesses brace for second COVID-19 wave

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From the BBC World Service: Stocks in Europe hit a five-month low as countries ready new pandemic restrictions. And, medical-grade oxygen has helped saved many COVID-19 patients, but there are shortages.

Oct 28 2020

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Rank #9: It takes money to make money — that’s an actual regulation

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The world of private equity — the hedge funds, the venture capital, the people pouring a ton of money into startups — comes with a huge risk. The reward can be huge too. But if you want a piece of this world, you have to be what’s known as an accredited investor, which means you need to be rich. The idea, historically, was to protect people from getting swindled into throwing their life savings into some sketchy investment. But as time has gone on, people have criticized the rule as a wall that’s shut a lot of people out from opportunities to gain wealth. Now, the Securities and Exchange Commission is changing the rules. Molly speaks with Arlan Hamilton, founder of the venture capital firm Backstage Capital, who has been pushing for changes that could reduce the racial wealth gap. She says anyone old enough can make a bet and lose it all in Vegas, so why not in the casino of private equity?

Oct 28 2020

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Rank #10: The United States is a gerontocracy

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The average age of a member of Congress is 58, and the most influential lawmakers are much older. No matter who wins the election next week, the White House will be occupied by the oldest sitting U.S. president. There’s a word for “rule by elders”: gerontocracy. One reason we’re in one is that more than half of registered voters are over 50. On today’s show, Tufts University youth voter researcher Abby Kiesa breaks down the data, tells us why it’s historically so hard to get young people to vote and busts a few myths, like that young people are a liberal monolith.

Oct 28 2020

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