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Public radio's only national series about the global economy and finance takes a broad view of business, covering any story related to money most of the world's stories are. Hosted by Kai Ryssdal.
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The resurgence of dot-com investment
Web ventures are getting the most investment money
PODCAST: Obamacare's youth movement
Japan and the U.S. are having beef over the price of meat. And, the fight between TV broadcasters and Aereo goes to the Supreme Court.
A 'threat' to broadcast TV heads to D.C.
The case hinges on what constitutes a public broadcast versus a private one.
Will the future economy be driven by purpose or money?
Aaron Hurst, author of "The Purpose Economy," argues workers are driven by more than just the promise of a paycheck.
New trade talks spark beef over tariffs
U.S. is pressuring Japan to remove import tariffs on pork and beef
In which we DO NOT spoil GoT: Silicon Tally
Play Silicon Tally to find out how well you've kept up on this week's tech news.
Home Depot turns to the Internet for growth
Home Depot as an online retailer.
Digging into the 8 million ACA signups
Of those who signed up, 28 percent are ages 18-34, a demographic being closely watched by insurers.
In fast food burgers, geography is key
We're Number 4!!! Sonic is the 4th largest burger chain in the U.S. by sales, but concentrated in a few regions.
'Consent is a fiction' in consumer contracts
Terms of service that say by being a Netflix member, you agree you can't sue the company.
The market's great expectations
Fine tuning market expectations is important for public companies.
What kind of jewelry goes with a tattoo?
Millennials, born between 1982 and 2004, are growing up. And marketers are starting to pay attention.
Malls are dead, long live the mall
Rick Caruso of The Grove says shopping centers are in the entertainment business.
What 1717 means: your trolley number guess
Is it the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything?
Pepsi's profits up! But not because of soda
With soda profits flat, PepsiCo finds profit in chips.
Clarissa explained it all ... now she's 38
The Marketplace Datebook for Friday, April 18, 2014
The dream office of the future: No email!
Some forward-thinking companies are re-imagining how workers use technology.
PODCAST: International business and Ukraine
Diplomats from Ukraine, Russia, the U.S. and the EU are in Geneva
When a company gives 'guidance': An explainer
Google's profit dropped 11 percent and the company's stock jumped. How does that work?
How "public" is Weibo?
Weibo goes public on Nasdaq as concerns over censorship remain.
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