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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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261 South Figueroa Street #200 Los Angeles, CA 90012


Episodes

New York City’s rat problem

5/23/2019
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New York City is utilizing a new tool to deal with the never-ending battle to keep rat populations in check. But first, Huawei has been hit with further disruptions to its supply chain. How is the company planning to survive the crackdown? Plus, we talk to Katie Silberman, one of the writers of “Booksmart,” a female buddy comedy about two graduating high school seniors. Later in the show: the cost of living behind bars, and why money makes all the difference when you’re in prison — and once...

Duration:00:27:47

Changing a supply chain is easier said than done

5/22/2019
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To avoid the impact of tariffs on U.S. consumers, politicians will often encourage companies and retailers to change their supply chains. That might work for big businesses, but not so much for everyone else. Today we explain why. Plus, how Qualcomm’s antitrust case could affect 5G, and a conversation with Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino, the creators of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

Duration:00:27:13

It’s not snail mail, it’s self-driving mail

5/21/2019
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If you live in the southwest, there’s a chance your mail may have been carried by a self-driving truck. Today, we look at why the Postal Service is looking toward a driverless future. Plus: what you need to know about corporate debt and the rise of rentable fashion.

Duration:00:27:49

The story behind Robert Smith paying off a whole class’ student debt

5/20/2019
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Billionaire Robert Smith announced this weekend he will pay off all the student debt for the class of 2019 at Morehouse College, a historically black college in Georgia. Today, we look at the disproportionately high debt facing black students when they get out of school. Plus: What you need to know about the layoffs at Ford and India’s election.

Duration:00:27:51

Is your phone listening to you?

5/17/2019
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It’s a spooky feeling: You’re discussing a TV show or a pair of shoes or whatever with a friend, then you open Instagram and see an ad for the exact thing you were just talking about. But it’s not like your phone is listening … right? Plus: How delivery apps are changing the restaurant business and the legacy of Grumpy Cat.

Duration:00:28:25

Something is not rotten in the state of Denmark. It's just fermented.

5/17/2019
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Donald Trump says auto imports from Japan and the E.U. threaten the U.S.'s national security. SAT participants will now get an "adversity score," but they won't know what it is. Plus, we travel to Denmark, where top chefs are developing the foods of the future. Rollie pollies, anyone? Today's show is sponsored by Indeed and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:07:49

The age of fraud

5/17/2019
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Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio kicks off the special series "Brains and Losses," which looks at the financial vulnerability of an aging population. Then, more than 40 states are now suing Oxycontin maker Purdue. Today's show is sponsored by Indeed and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:08:17

Spoilers are good for you

5/17/2019
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From the BBC World Service... Facebook has banned an Israeli company it believes was behind hundreds of fake accounts, mostly targeting elections in six African countries. Then, we explain why climate change is a major issue in Australia's upcoming elections. Plus, do story spoilers necessarily spoil stories? Today's show is sponsored by Indeed and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:06:52

Why adapting to climate change can be a heated topic

5/17/2019
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It's the final installment in our kickoff week of "How We Survive," an ongoing series about how technology can help us adapt to climate change. It's controversial to talk about using more money and technology to adapt versus efforts to mitigate, or slow down, global warming. Marketplace's Scott Tong tells us how he's seen the adaptation versus mitigation debate evolve in his years of reporting on climate change. Today's show is sponsored by Clickshare and Indeed.

Duration:00:08:47

By blacklisting Huawei, the U.S. could be shooting itself in the foot

5/16/2019
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Just 10 days ago, it looked like the trade war with China was all but wrapped up. No more. The Trump administration has effectively blacklisted Chinese tech giant Huawei, which has potential to drastically disrupt the global tech supply chain and shoot the U.S. in the foot. Plus: What American businesses get out of tariffs, and what you need to know about the SAT’s new “adversity index.”

Duration:00:27:43

Delta CEO Ed Bastian on why he's spending big on airports

5/16/2019
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When we last talked with Ed Bastian in 2016, he had only just been appointed CEO of Delta Air Lines. This time we caught up with him at Los Angeles International Airport as he stepped off a flight from Atlanta. He talked about the company's plans to spend billions on remodeling and updating airports across the country, including $2 billion at LAX; why he thinks his airline has figured out how to break through the boom-and-bust cycle of the industry; and what he said to the CEO of Boeing.

Duration:00:22:44

Lighting a fire under the FDA over e-cigarettes

5/16/2019
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With more tariff threats and a new tech ban, how could increased tensions between the U.S. and China affect investors long-term? A federal judge lights a fire under the FDA to speed up e-cigarette regulation. Plus, could there be another trade beef brewing in the E.U. and Japan over American auto tariffs? Today's show is sponsored by BitSight Technologies, Capital One and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:07:51

How Donald Trump might've just slowed down your 5G

5/16/2019
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The Trump administration's crackdown on Huawei continues. Walmart navigates the U.S.-China tariff troubles. Plus, can the tech industry or its innovative spirit save us from climate change? Today's show is sponsored by BitSight Technologies, Capital One and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:08:00

Lego addicts help fight fakes

5/16/2019
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From the BBC World Service... The Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has warned that President Trump's order to ban cooperation with some foreign communication networks will leave the U.S. lagging behind in 5G technology. How will turmoil in the Middle East affect insurance premiums for tankers moving through the region? Plus, police in China smashed a $30-million fake Lego ring last month. Lego’s vice president in the country explains the unique role of its fans in finding those fakes. Today's...

Duration:00:07:20

In a changing climate, we need tech to adapt

5/16/2019
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We continue our series on how tech can help us adapt to climate change, called "How We Survive." Tech solutions can involve a lot of things: transferring existing technologies to more vulnerable parts of the world, updating infrastructure, applying artificial intelligence, even (eventually) space colonies. Today a look at a few areas (on Earth) where innovation is already occurring around risk assessment, agriculture and water. Today's show is sponsored by AVAST and Logi Analytics.

Duration:00:06:10

Potholes can tell you a lot about inequality

5/15/2019
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In most American cities, road repairs can tell you a lot about the communities that are prioritized and the communities that get left out. Oakland, California, is trying to change its approach, but not without controversy. Plus: What consumer confidence can (and can’t) tell us about actual consumption and the legacy of Alice Rivlin, the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office.

Duration:00:26:44

The economic anxieties of the 2020 Democrats

5/15/2019
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Retail sales in China and the U.S. show signs of slowing, and the trade war's not helping. President Trump could ban U.S. companies from doing business with certain Chinese tech firms. Plus, in a still-growing field of 22 Democratic candidates with varying economic policies, most of them agree on one thing: ending the Trump tax cuts. Today's show is sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., GAIN Capital Group and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:07:06

The scale(s) of the black market pangolin trade

5/15/2019
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A federal labor agency rules workers in the gig economy can't unionize. There's a good reason the NBA Draft is left up to chance. Plus, we look at why the pangolin has become the world's most trafficked mammal, and it's about a lot more than their cuteness. Today's show is sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., GAIN Capital Group and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:07:50

What bosses can learn from actors

5/15/2019
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From the BBC World Service... Facebook says it will introduce new restrictions on users who post live content that violates its policies on hate speech. But can you police those dark corners of the internet? Then, China's president Xi Jinping has urged countries not to "close their doors and hide behind them" in his first major speech since President Trump raised tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods. Plus, is there anything the world of business can learn from actors? Today's show is...

Duration:00:06:39

Who pays for the tech to survive climate change?

5/15/2019
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Surviving climate change is not going to be cheap: The United Nations puts the total cost to society at $54 trillion (at least) by the end of the century. It's going to take private money and entrepreneurship to push forward the kinds of adaptation technology we're talking about in our series "How We Survive," and today we're talking with one of the few investors already in the game. Today's show is sponsored by Clickshare and Ultimate Software.

Duration:00:06:49