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 plans from Wells Fargo's CEO to forfeit $41 million worth of shares; implicit bias against black children in preschool classrooms; and misconceptions about the state of manufacturing in the U.S.
On today's show, we'll look back at last night's presidential debate, which included mentions of Hillary Clinton's email controversy and Trump's tax returns; where Clinton stands on trade deals; and a study that finds women lag behind men when it comes to getting promotions.
On today's show, we'll talk about how the media plan to cash in on the first 2016 presidential debate, which is expected to attract up to 100 million viewers; look at reports that show German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out a government bailout for Deutsche Bank; and interview Jose Quinonez, a winner of a MacArthur "Genius Grant" for financial innovation.
On today's show, we'll talk about Hillary Clinton's plans for an inheritance tax; how Yahoo's massive data breach will affect Verizon's plans to purchase the company for $5 billion; and why one listener, as part of our "Secretary of the Future" series, thinks we should keep an eye on autonomous cars.
On today's show, we'll talk about Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan's $3 billion pledge to wipe out all diseases; a revenue increase in the music industry thanks to streaming; the 40th anniversary of the Vanguard mutual fund; and news that Maersk, a Danish shipping conglomerate, is splitting into two.
On today's show, we'll talk about the news that Japan's central bank wants to keep its interest rates near zero — its first long-term target. We'll also chat with Ikea's U.S. president, Lars Petersson, about research that found Americans care more about quality of life than owning things. He shares what this means for a company whose goal it is to sell material goods.