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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

Bonus: The Uncertain Hour season 3 premiere

3/23/2019
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Our documentary podcast The Uncertain Hour is going inside America's drug war this season. We're starting with the strange and little-known story of how, 30 years ago, George H.W. Bush came to hold up an baggie of crack in his first televised speech in the Oval Office — a baggie he said was seized in front of the White House. Later, we'll explore how the policies Bush launched reverberate through today's opioid crisis, trying to answer the question: How does an epidemic end? Subscribe to The...

Duration:00:46:07

The legacy of the war on drugs

3/22/2019
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We're in the middle of one of the deadliest drug epidemics in history, with nearly 50,000 people dying from opioid overdoses in the United States in 2017. On this season of our podcast The Uncertain Hour, we look at how these kinds of crises end. Today, we'll play you a bit from the first episode, all about an Oval Office address from George H.W. Bush that turbocharged the war on drugs. Plus, the latest home sales numbers and the struggle to fight extremism online.

Duration:00:27:15

The long road to recovery in Nebraska

3/22/2019
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Flooding in Nebraska is already estimated to have caused over $500 million worth of damage. What does it mean when a stock like Levi's is "over-subscribed"? Plus, Marketplace's Krissy Clark talks about the new season of "The Uncertain Hour," which explores the crack epidemic, its aftermath and its effect on communities of color in regards to the criminal justice system. Today's show is sponsored by Clearbanc and Panopto.

Duration:00:08:03

How does a drug epidemic end?

3/22/2019
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Brexit is now delayed, but uncertainty about the deal might be only growing. The Trump administration asks colleges for data on how students do after graduation. Plus, Marketplace's Krissy Clark talks about the new season of "The Uncertain Hour," which explores the crack epidemic and its aftermath, and looks for lessons about the current opioid crisis in the U.S. Today's show is sponsored by Clearbanc and Panopto.

Duration:00:08:16

Brexit's delayed, but is damage to business already done?

3/22/2019
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From the BBC World Service… A delay's been granted, but are you still confused about Brexit? We're in Brussels just hours after the European Union wiped a March 29 exit from the calendar to hear exclusively from the boss of Europe's busiest port about how he's preparing for any outcome. We'll also get a taste of what Brexit uncertainty is like for food-and-drinks producers, and ask an economist whether the damage to business on both sides of the English Channel has already been done. Today's...

Duration:00:07:07

Just what is Apple going to unveil Monday?

3/22/2019
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On Monday, Apple is holding a special event tagged with the line "It's showtime!" That's led to wide speculation the company will finally reveal its streaming service. But it may not be the Apple-takes-on-Netflix battle some were hoping for. Marketplace’s Jed Kim talked with Brian Wieser, who leads business intelligence for advertising firm GroupM. He says if you were paying attention to Apple's reported budget for original content, around $1 billion, you could've guessed its latest play...

Duration:00:06:19

Smart cars are getting smarter

3/21/2019
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Volvo is planning to introduce tech that monitors the health and wakefulness of drivers. But do the benefits outweigh the privacy costs? Plus, China's tight video game regulations and what you can expect this season on our podcast The Uncertain Hour.

Duration:00:28:07

The economy isn't speeding, so there's no need to pump the brakes

3/21/2019
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The Fed decides to hold off on raising interest rates. Italy is buying what China is selling on infrastructure. Plus, the top spot for happiest place on earth goes to — surprise — Scandinavia. Today's show is sponsored by Panopto and WellFrame.

Duration:00:07:24

The world's happy place

3/21/2019
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The Fed decides to leave interest rates alone. Are courts equipped to handle matters of complex scientific questions? Plus, the top spot for happiest place on earth goes to — surprise — Scandinavia. Today's show is sponsored by Panopto and WellFrame.

Duration:00:07:45

Why Italy wants in on China's Belt and Road Initiative

3/21/2019
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From the BBC World Service… Despite an effort from Prime Minister Theresa May last night to reassure the British public and the country’s businesses about Brexit, firms are still worried about what happens next Friday when the clock strike midnight. We'll hear from businesses on both sides of the English channel about how they’re preparing in an increasingly uncertain environment. Then, Chinese president Xi Jinping is in Italy today – a country expected to become the first G-7 nation to...

Duration:00:06:56

What if social media treated extremist content like junk mail?

3/21/2019
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What can the biggest social media platforms in the world do to radicalization online? Host Molly Wood talked with Dipayan Ghosh, who used to work on global privacy and public policy issues at Facebook. Now he's a researcher at the Harvard Kennedy School. He says, yes, it's hard for big platforms to minimize that content. But he says it's also not that hard. Today's show is sponsored by Evident, EquityZen and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Duration:00:08:59

Political fundraising's new math

3/20/2019
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Fundraising is a huge part of running for president, but in this primary season, where candidates receive their money may be as important as how much they make. Plus: Fallout from Facebook's job discrimination settlement and the "femtech" apps that help women control their health — while collecting a lot of personal data.

Duration:00:26:50

Is there oil under the Everglades? Someone's about to find out

3/20/2019
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The E.U. tells everyone to prep for a no-deal Brexit. The Fed announces what it will do with interest rates Tuesday, and it looks like they'll stay put for now. Levi's is back on the stock market, but will it be able to appeal to Millenials? Plus, after years of resistance from environmental groups and legal battles, an oil company will get to explore for oil under the Everglades. Today's show is sponsored by WordPress, Brother Printers and Panopto.

Duration:00:11:06

When targeted advertising is considered discrimination

3/20/2019
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Facebook changes its targeted advertising system after its accused of discrimination. Levi's is back on the stock market. Plus, we look into the environmental costs of sapphire mining and its effect on the lemur population in Madagascar. Today's show is sponsored by WordPress, Brother Printers and Panopto.

Duration:00:08:21

Cyclone exacerbates problems for Africa's biggest power company

3/20/2019
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From the BBC World Service… South Africa is in its fifth day of severe power cuts , impacting everything from traffic lights, to water systems, and emergency services. That's as effects of a cyclone in Mozambique add more pressure to an already aging infrastructure suffering from a decade of mismanagement. Then, Taiwan requests new F-16 fighter jets from the U.S. But that could cause ructions in the ongoing trade talks between the U.S. and China. Then, as the Brexit clock continues its...

Duration:00:07:11

How internet 'echo chambers' lead to faster radicalization

3/20/2019
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Host Molly Wood talks with Fathali Moghaddam, a professor of psychology at Georgetown University, about how a troll becomes a terrorist. He says radicalization isn't new, but the internet can make it faster and easier. Today's show is sponsored by Pitney Bowes and EquityZen.

Duration:00:06:49

105: The Great British Break-Off

3/19/2019
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The United Kingdom voted for Brexit almost three years ago, but there’s still no deal in place to politically and economically untangle itself from Europe. The official deadline is next week. Maybe you've heard a bit about how messy this process has been, but you'd be forgiven for finding it hard to follow and harder to care. Brexit truly does have huge implications on both sides of the pond, so this week Ros Atkins, host of BBC's "Outside Source," is here to help us sort it all out. Here's...

Duration:00:41:04

Cashless concessions

3/19/2019
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The White House floats reining in some student loans to unburden the federal government of related debt. The Fed governors are set to meet once again to assess interest rates. Plus, Mercedez Benz Stadium in Atlanta is leading the way in cashless concessions. And Myspace loses 12-years worth of music uploaded to the once popular social media site — over 50 million songs. Today's show is sponsored by WellFrame and GAIN Capital Group.

Duration:00:07:29

The end of recycling as we know it

3/19/2019
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For years, most of the plastic bottles, aluminum cans and other recyclables Americans put by the curb ended up in China, which used those raw materials in its factories. But the country stopped buying foreign trash last year, and that's putting municipal recycling programs into a panic. Plus: We take apart the White House Council of Economic Advisers’ 2019 economic report and wonder if Instagram's in-app purchases could threaten Amazon.

Duration:00:27:02

Are you ready for some fútbol?

3/19/2019
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The Trump Administration considers changes to federally subsidized flood insurance amid torrents in the Midwest. A new report looks at the trade-offs people make between housing and their health. Plus, thanks to a big investment in marketing, Major League Soccer has made a major comeback. Today's show is sponsored by WellFrame and GAIN Capital Group.

Duration:00:07:54