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.
Many Europeans want tighter restrictions on their borders, but that may stifle business; the declining rate of students graduating college within six years; and Hallmark's attempt to redefine their holiday marketing.
Looking into where ISIS gets its money; U.S. governors say they're refusing to take in Syrian refugees; and the Marriott/Starwood hotel mega-merger.
The show about the U.S. financial system's architect is a hit off Broadway, too.
The aftermath of the 2011 Tuscaloosa, Alabama tornado; territorial disputes in the South China Sea; and Paris reels from a series of shootings and explosions that killed dozens of people.
National stores take part in the "shop local" movement; the White House's first Data Scientist, DJ Patil, talks big data; and Apple seeks to enter the peer-to-peer payment space.
How Wisconsin dairy farms rely on immigrant workers; the possibility of a Los Angeles-based NFL stadium; and a push for reverting back to the gold standard.