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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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261 South Figueroa Street #200 Los Angeles, CA 90012


Episodes

08/18/2017: Where do white supremacist groups go from here?

8/18/2017
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A wave of tech companies have condemned white supremacist organizations and websites, like the Daily Stormer. But will their online presence eventually fade away, or just find another outlet? It turns out that the Daily Stormer has moved its operations to what's called the Dark Web. Nicolas Christin, an associate research professor at Carnegie Mellon University, joined us to discuss whether sites like these will be able to thrive on the Dark Web. Plus: We play this week's Silicon Tally with...

Duration: 00:07:50


08/17/2017: America needs more than jobs to fix race relations

8/17/2017
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If you've been paying attention to some of President Trump's recent public remarks, you might've noticed something (besides all that). He often leads with the economy, the stock market or his economic agenda and how great it's gonna be. In his extraordinary press conference on Tuesday, he even pointed to jobs as a way to fix race relations. That argument seemed a bit tidy, so we called up an expert to check the facts. That presser was supposed to be about infrastructure, by the way. The...

Duration: 00:27:04


08/17/2017: What tech companies should do about white supremacist groups

8/17/2017
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Two of the world's biggest tech companies, Alibaba and Tencent, are from China. With both having either recently released their quarterly earnings or preparing to, we'll take a look at how they're trying to expand their growth. Afterwards, we'll chat with Rashad Robinson, executive director at Color of Change, about the action that tech groups should take when their users include white supremacist groups.

Duration: 00:07:12


Why aren't there more female CEOs?

8/16/2017
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The number of female CEOs may be higher today than it was 10 years ago, but it's still not great. And in the last couple of months, some high-profile female CEOs have been forced out of their jobs. Julie Creswell at the New York Times and Jena McGregor at the Washington Post have both written about why corporate America has been so slow to hire women for C-suite positions and what happens once women get to those positions. Subscribe to the Corner Office podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Duration: 00:10:37


08/16/2017: The Justice Department and a web hosting company battle over user data

8/16/2017
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The Department of Justice has asked DreamHost for 1.3 million IP addresses connected to a site that organized protests around President Trump's inauguration. On today's show, we'll look at whether there's a historical precedent for such a request, and what this would mean for hosting companies if DreamHost were to give up this information. Afterwards, we'll chat with Alex Klein, CEO of the startup Kano, about the importance of coding.

Duration: 00:06:48


08/15/2017: Why would CEOs stick with Trump?

8/15/2017
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An infrastructure announcement turned into an off-the-rails press conference this afternoon as President Trump blasted the four (now five) CEOs who have left his manufacturing council. We'll correct the record on some of his criticisms and then zoom out to the bigger question: If you're a CEO tapped for one of these White House advisory roles, why do you stay? Then: Trump has nominated people to fill just 106 of 577 key Senate-confirmed jobs in his administration. NASA and the National...

Duration: 00:25:55


27.5: Where's my podcast?

8/15/2017
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We won't have a Make Me Smart podcast in the feed today, but we will have one tomorrow. We'll be talking with Marketplace correspondent Scott Tong about globalization; we'll hear your thoughts about our bitcoin episode; and we're going to announce our next selection for the Make Me Smart book club. To pass the time, head over to our site. If you're new to the show, you can check out our back episodes. And we've got a post up right now explaining some more about bitcoins and where they came...

Duration: 00:00:45


08/15/2017: GoDaddy cuts ties with neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer

8/15/2017
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Daily Stormer, which describes itself as "The World's Most Genocidal Republican Website," has been let go from the domain GoDaddy after posting personal attacks about Heather Heyer, one of the Charlottesville victims. On today's show, we'll look at the role that services like GoDaddy play in controlling internet content. Afterwards, we'll look at a growing debate over the manufacturing standards for environmentally friendly electronics. Manufacturers seem to be getting better marks for these...

Duration: 00:07:45


08/14/2017: When Trump does something — or doesn't — what's a CEO to do?

8/14/2017
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Seeing how we've started this program more than once with a tweet from the chief executive, we'll start today with a tweet from a chief executive. Pharmaceutical CEO Kenneth Frazier was a member of President Trump's Manufacturing Council until this morning. He announced his resignation on Twitter, citing Trump's belated response to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend. Trump responded with two searing tweets Monday about drug prices. Frazier and the dozens of other CEO...

Duration: 00:27:58


08/14/2017: Weaponized audio technology

8/14/2017
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has developed a Spaceborne computer that'll be tested at the International Space Station to see if it can withstand trips to Mars. Mark Fernandez, lead developer for the NASA project, joined us to talk about the technology and why a private company like HP is getting involved. Afterwards, we'll look at news that State Department workers in Cuba may have suffered from an "acoustic attack."

Duration: 00:07:28


08/11/2017: What it costs to send your kid back to school

8/12/2017
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The show this week is education themed, and we're looking at stories from all over the country. We consider a landmark case weighing the right to literacy and its value, tax breaks for school supplies, the cost of college and the best gifts to give a new freshman. Parents, students and teachers all share their views in this episode about the value of education in the U.S.

Duration: 00:50:23


08/11/2017: America the protectionist

8/12/2017
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Donald Trump won the presidency in part on the idea that the United States isn't getting its fair share of the global economic pie. The slogan "America First" more or less boils down to protectionism. Now, the Trumpian approach to global trade might feel like a departure from recent history. But the American industrial economy has its roots in protectionism, all the way back to Alexander Hamilton. We'll talk about it in the second installment of our series "Trade Off." Plus, the latest on...

Duration: 00:25:52


08/11/2017: Is taking a moral stand good for business?

8/11/2017
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Tech companies have had to grapple with some big moral issues as of late. Recently, Airbnb reportedly deactivated the accounts of users planning to attend a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. Virginia. On today's show, we'll chat with University of Maryland professor Dana Fisher about whether the company is allowed to do something like this, and whether it's good for a business' bottom line to make a big political stand. Afterwards, we'll play this week's Silicon Tally with Saron...

Duration: 00:07:26


08/10/2017: Markets go down. Go figure.

8/10/2017
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All three major stock indices fell today, and not a little bit either. And guess what: That's what's supposed to happen. We'll talk about it when we do the numbers. Then: The White House touted a huge deal between Wisconsin an Foxconn: 13,000 jobs in exchange for $3 billion in tax breaks. The state won't break even for more than 25 years, but these deals are becoming more and more common. Plus: Most undocumented immigrants who are deported are Latino men with jobs. That has a ripple effect...

Duration: 00:27:19


08/10/2017: Hacking the Air Force when you're still in high school

8/10/2017
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Facebook and Instagram have replicated many of Snap's features, from face filters to disappearing messages, and that hasn't been great for business on Snap's end. Does it still have some creative power going for it right now? Business Insider senior reporter Alex Heath takes a look at the company's future with us. Afterwards, we'll talk to 17-year-old Jack Cable about that time he hacked the Air Force.

Duration: 00:07:20


08/09/2017: Stop worrying and love the bond market

8/9/2017
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The headlines about fire and fury and escalation and threats and all that has happened the past 24 hours are alarming. No doubt about it. Without discounting the reality of what's going on, allow us to cut through the fear a little bit. Nothing in this economy reacts as viscerally to the news as the markets to. The bond market, in particular, is a refuge in times of uncertainty. And it's telling us to take a deep breath. We'll explain. Then: For the first time in 60 years, the U.S. is set to...

Duration: 00:26:48


08/09/2017: The exact day the financial crisis began

8/9/2017
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Nuclear threats from North Korea have rattled global markets. Amid the escalating rhetoric, we'll talk about how certain stock indices have been reacting, and investors' move toward bonds. Afterwards, we'll step back in time to examine where and when exactly the financial crisis began, and then talk about the problems Detroit's public school system is facing through the eyes of one of the city's teachers.

Duration: 00:07:25


08/09/2017: Navigating Google's diversity challenges

8/9/2017
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A Google engineer named James Damore recently penned a memo blaming tech's gender gap on biological differences between men and women, which then led to his firing. Nicole Sanchez, CEO and founder of Vaya Consulting, joined us to talk about what Google needs to do to address its diversity issues and how female staffers are feeling about the company. Plus: A look at secretive Amazon brands.

Duration: 00:08:01


08/08/2017: Let's do the numbers on a few crises

8/8/2017
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We're starting the show tonight by doing the numbers of two crises facing the U.S. — and neither of them have to do with North Korea. First we'll talk about the challenges of getting money to fight the opioid crisis, then why fighting climate change doesn't have to mean cutting economic growth. Of course, we'll also look at how market's reacted to President Trump's talk of raining "fire and fury" on North Korea (with a shrug). After that, we'll look at recent advertising campaigns focused on...

Duration: 00:27:55


08/08/2017: A new generation of phones

8/8/2017
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With Samsung and Apple getting ready to launch new phones, we'll take a look at what we can expect from these new devices. Afterwards, we'll discuss Netflix's decision to buy Millarworld, the publishing company of comic book writer Mark Millar.

Duration: 00:07:59

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