Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
On today's show, we'll talk about last night's presidential debate, including how St. Louis voters felt about the candidates' policies; the work of this year's Nobel Prize winners in economics, Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom; and all the buildings ITT Educational Services is leaving behind in the wake of its shutdown.
On today's show, we'll talk about new technology that will allow employees more immediate access to their wages; what we should expect from the September jobs report; and loan programs that will help providers with their student debt if they work in underserved areas.
On today's show, we'll talk about the high costs associated with evacuating a disaster area; news that an NSA contractor was arrested for stealing computer code designed to hack foreign governments; and whether it's a good or bad thing that employers can't find enough candidates to hire.
On today's show, we'll talk about Yahoo's reported surveillance of user emails on behalf of the government; the Supreme Court's first time listening to an insider trading case in nearly 20 years; and why overseas investors are so interested in Detroit housing.
On today's show, we'll talk about how the markets continue to react in the wake of Brexit; why Longwood University has doled out millions to host tonight's vice presidential debate; and Equifax's new credit score program.
On today's show, we'll talk about reports that Donald Trump may not have paid federal income taxes for 18 years. Plus, as part of our series "How the Deck is Stacked," we take a look at student debt around the country, with a focus on how this issue is affecting students who went to for-profit colleges.