About the Program
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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PODCAST: Emergency Grexit
The Greek backup plan, and the corkscrew used by the professionals.
Why simple is best when it comes to corkscrews
A wine buyer swears off gadgetry.
For gay rights groups, victory could come at a price
After their marriage win, gay rights advocates worry about fundraising.
Homes and trucks: friends forever?
How pick-up truck sales are affecting the housing and construction industry.
Sports broadcaster takes note of the Special Olympics
ESPN looks to get a piece of the marketing opportunity. And it's not alone.
After almost 40 years, Luke quits "General Hospital"
It's not often you can watch someone do their job every day for 37 years.
Sports channels tap fantasy games for new content
Investors are pouring money into online sites like DraftKings.
Political ads mean big bucks for television stations
They're going to rake in billions.
New York to rebuild LaGuardia Airport
The renovations will cost billions.
Crude oil is plunging ... again
The cost is at a 4-month low. What's going on?
If China sneezes, does the U.S. catch a cold?
Science Inc. gives startups their big break
Meet Mike Jones, angel investor.
What's Silicon Beach?
We talked with CEOs in Silicon Valley's LA counterpart, and they're far from beach bums.
Journalist tries to take the polish off an NYT series
Investigation of nail salon workers' grim conditions is wrong, day spa owner says.
Where you live will cost you
A look at credit card burden in some of the largest U.S. cities.
Teva agrees to buy Allergan for $40 billion
If approved, the deal places Teva amongst the largest drug companies on the planet.
PODCAST: Biting the hand that feeds you burritos
Fiat Chrysler's recall, raising interest rates, and Chipotle workers head to court.
Underwater homeowners look for mortgage relief
Millions of borrowers still owe substantially more than their homes are worth.
A kinder, gentler Gawker?
After a rocky few weeks, the blog tries a reboot.
Price of orange juice squeezes consumers
At $6 a gallon, it's the most expensive ever.
In The Spotlight
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