Every weekday on Marketplace, Kai Ryssdal hosts a lively and unexpected exploration of the day’s business and economic news from Wall Street to your wallet.
After getting their clocks cleaned a few weeks ago, do Democrats need to rebrand? Plus, as Donald Trump picks his secretaries for Health and Human Services and the Treasury, we look at Tom Price's record and Indiana's Medicaid program.
We're looking ahead to three important policy discussions under President-elect Donald Trump: America's relationship with Cuba, tax reform under a GOP Congress and infrastructure spending as an economic stimulus. Plus: Cottage cheese wants to be the new Greek yogurt.
Thanks for taking a break from your holiday shopping to be with us this Black Friday. We'll start with the Weekly Wrap and talk about — what else? — consumer confidence and early spending numbers for the holiday weekend. Then we'll look at how secure those purchases are now that we've made the switch to chip cards, and the opportunities for seasonal work this holiday season. Plus, American car makers in China and the resurgence of Funfetti.
Happy Thanksgiving! On today's show we're straddling turkey day and Black Friday with stories about football, gift cards and Ikea. Plus, a farm program in southern Oregon that lets former drug addicts grow nutritious food for their families.
Holiday gift trends, regulating poultry prices, and an interview with "Codebreaker" host Ben Johnson about whether VR can save us.
Turn to article one, section nine, clause eight — we're talking about economics and constitutional law today. In particular, we're looking at the emoluments clause, and how it may or may not apply to President-elect Donald Trump. Plus, Trump's YouTube video, TPP and how markets messed up predicting the election. Finally, a conversation with JCPenney CEO Marvin Ellison.