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APM: Marketplace All-In-One

APM: Marketplace

Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.

Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.
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Los Angeles, CA

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Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.

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English

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Episodes

A little oil, a little Brexit and some puppets

11/16/2018
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This week had a bit of it all — tumultuous Brexit negotiations, a swing in oil prices and conversations about shifts in currency — so we break it down in the Weekly Wrap. We also talk about Apple’s new partnership with A24 (of "Moonlight" and "Lady Bird" fame) alongside the news of mortgage lenders like Wells Fargo laying off employees. Then, in our latest segment of How We Changed, we talk to a woman with a master's degree in puppet arts from the University of Connecticut. Lastly, how empty...

Duration:00:28:20

A weighty question: When is a kilogram not a kilogram?

11/16/2018
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(Markets edition) It's that time of year again — no, not the holidays. Soon, lawmakers will once more contemplate the country's debt ceiling and decide whether or not we have an ever-impending government shutdown. Hemp farmers hope the new farm bill will decriminalize the crop, which is now lumped in with marijuana under federal law. And Japan Airlines will start giving its pilots breathalyzer tests at international airports after one of their own was found to be nine times over the legal...

Duration:00:08:29

In U.S.-China trade war, some countries being told to pick a side

11/16/2018
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As trade tensions continue to brew between the U.S. and China, southeast Asian countries who attended the ASEAN conference in Singapore this week might be forced to pick a side. The FDA has proposed a ban on menthol cigarettes, but what does that mean for the Black community, whom tobacco companies for years targeted with the mint-flavored smokes? And how "peace engineering" is marrying technology and ethics. Today's show is sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

Duration:00:08:33

Big business calls for Brexit backing

11/16/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service... As big businesses brace for Brexit, Rolls Royce's chief executive says contingency plans are in place in case no final agreement is reached before the divorce deadline in March. Japan Airlines announced all of its pilots will be subject to breath tests for alcohol in international airports after one of its pilots was found to have nine times the local maximum limit at London's Heathrow airport. Black and white TV still has a market, and it's...

Duration:00:07:09

Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?

11/16/2018
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The data analytics company Palantir is reportedly considering going public. Palantir is the company co-founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of PayPal. It's named after an all-seeing artifact in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. The company promises police departments, governments, even the IRS, that it can take in huge amounts of data and make artificial intelligence-informed guesses to help track down criminals and cheats, among other things. In a secret...

Duration:00:06:26

Is it too early to talk holiday sales?

11/15/2018
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Nahhhh. With the holidays right around the corner, and ads inundating our collective consciousness, we try to figure out why deals are everywhere. But first, the British pound has fallen nearly 2 percent against the dollar amid shaky Brexit negotiations. What exactly are the markets trying to tell us? Then: a story about the state of temporary work in the years before and after the Great Recession. Also, one journalist (and mother) on how history, the economy and race have shaped American...

Duration:00:28:01

What your jeans can tell you about the global economy

11/15/2018
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Whether you credit the president or the Fed for the country's booming economy, there is one indicator that things are going well: clothing sales. The digital age deals another blow to the U.S. Postal Service. And we talk to the author of "The Global Economy as You've Never Seen It" about visualizing the way supply chains and money work. Today's show is sponsored by Forex and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

Duration:00:08:22

Pound falls in aftermath of Brexit resignations

11/15/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service... Several members of the U.K.'s government have resigned the day after a long-awaited draft outlining Britain's withdrawal from the European Union was agreed upon by Prime Minister Theresa May and Brussels. The news dampened British business and the value of the pound. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks exclusively to us at the ASEAN summit in Singapore about the importance of free trade between countries as a trade spat continues...

Duration:00:06:52

Why the dollar store might not be selling dollar items for much longer

11/15/2018
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Two members of British PM Theresa May's cabinet have resigned following a tentative Brexit agreement with the European Union. What does the potential of leaving the E.U. without a deal mean for their respective economies? How brick and mortar stores are competing with giant online retailers. And why all those dollar stores might not be selling things for just a dollar for much longer. Today's show is sponsored by Forex and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

Duration:00:07:46

Meet the company training up more diverse startup founders

11/15/2018
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Only about 1 percent of venture capital-backed startup founders are black, according to CB Insights data. Even fewer are black women or Latino. There's not a lot of age diversity and geographic diversity, and underrepresented founders don't always have access to the networks or training programs that can help them get startup funding. Mandela Dixon is a former public school teacher and startup founder, and she was a mentor for entrepreneurs at the VC firm Kapor Capital. About a year ago, she...

Duration:00:06:29

585 pages of Brexit

11/14/2018
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There's a Brexit deal ... we think. What happens next? What sticking points have held up the process? We talk to Marketplace’s Stephen Beard about whether or not the May administration will be able to close the deal with the European Union. Then, a follow up to our reporting yesterday looking at the auto bailout 10 years later. This time, we look at how the financial crisis transformed the economy of Kenosha,Wisconsin. Plus, we'll talk to AEG CEO Dan Beckerman for this installment of Corner...

Duration:00:28:41

AEG CEO says the company is recession resistant

11/14/2018
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AEG is an international sports and entertainment company. It owns and operates, or is affiliated with, more than 120 of the world's biggest venues and entertainment districts, such as the O2 Arena in London, Mercedes-Platz in Berlin, the Barclays Center and PlayStation Theater in New York, and the Staples Center and L.A. Live in Los Angeles. We went out to L.A. Live, a sports and entertainment district that is about a mile and a half away from Marketplace headquarters, to talk to Dan...

Duration:00:22:04

Car emissions rules pump the brakes on Germany's economy

11/14/2018
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(Markets edition) There's no cause for alarm just yet as inflation remains stable ahead the Federal Reserve's anticipated interest rate hike. Germany's economy shrank for the first time in years thanks to new auto emissions standards, but don't worry. They're doing fine. Plus, the U.S. is capitalizing as at least one European country starts to wean itself off Russia's natural gas. Today's show is sponsored by Gobble, LinkedIn Sales Navigator and Forex.

Duration:00:07:41

A young digital media company sees an opportunity in black millennials

11/14/2018
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Black millennials are tech savvy, influential and spending about a $162 billion a year, according to a 2016 Nielsen study. And yet, black people are incredibly underrepresented in tech and media. Enter Blavity, a digital lifestyle brand for millennials of color. It started in 2014 and raised $6.5 million in venture funding earlier this year. Blavity's founders say its advantage is its community members. They'll pay to come to events, and companies will pay to interact with them. Jeff Nelson...

Duration:00:06:16

May faces cabinet showdown on tentative Brexit deal

11/14/2018
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In 2016, Britain voted to exit the European Union but had no actual plans on how to do it. Now, Prime Minister Theresa seems to have reached an agreement with Brussels on Brexit, and she faces a showdown with her cabinet on the deal. Plus, why the plight of temporary workers in the auto industry has echoes of the American civil rights movement. Today's show is sponsored by Gobble and LinkedIn Sales Navigator.

Duration:00:08:01

Crunch time for May's Brexit deal

11/14/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service… It's crunch time for Britain's Prime Minister as she seeks support for a draft deal on Brexit. After months of negotiating, Theresa May has finally secured agreement from Brussels on a plan for how the UK will leave the European Union. Also, Germany's economy shrank for the first time since 2015. We'll be in Frankfurt to hear what the car industry has to do with it. And why are women awarded just a quarter of the prize money men receive at the...

Duration:00:07:09

90: Are we in a new gilded age?

11/13/2018
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On a day that saw Amazon seemingly flex on dozens of cities all around the country over some 50,000 jobs, you might find yourself wondering just how big a company can get. We've been wondering that ourselves, about all kinds of companies, so we called up Tim Wu. He's got a new book on the subject, called "The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age." He's warning of an "alien takeover" that comes when power becomes too concentrated, and the lines between corporation, government and...

Duration:00:32:12

What happens when Amazon moves in?

11/13/2018
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The wait is over — Amazon finally announced its new headquarter locations. They are near two major metropolitan areas: Crystal City, Virginia, just across the Potomac from Washington, D.C., and Long Island City in Queens, just across the East River from Manhattan. We'll be taking a look at what happens to housing and rent prices when Amazon moves in. Then, later in the show, we'll talk about what’s next for the places that weren’t chosen. Plus: Ten years ago, the government bailed out the...

Duration:00:27:38

What's causing these wild swings in the market? (Hint: It's China)

11/13/2018
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(Markets edition) What's causing the latest, wild swings in the financial markets? China has a lot to do with it. Plus, Facebook and France work together to crack down on hate speech. A hipster favorite might be in jeopardy as Coors threatens to put the kibosh on PBR. And, how digital billboards can do targeted advertising on the road. Today's show is sponsored by Forex and the Alliance for Lifetime Income.

Duration:00:07:52

An argument against Big Tech being so big

11/13/2018
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Part of the reason there's a backlash against Big Tech these days is because some of these companies are so big. They're big in terms of users (see: Facebook's 2 billion plus), big in valuation (Amazon and Apple have both topped a trillion dollars) and big in market share (more than 90 percent of all web searches happen on Google). The United States is taking baby steps toward possible regulation. Europe is taking more like Paul Bunyan-sized steps. But critics like Tim Wu argue these...

Duration:00:06:28