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.
Teach for America just celebrated its 25th anniversary but it is struggling with recruitment and criticism; a look at the oil capital of Europe; and what goes into financing a terrorist operation?
The CEO of Valeant pharmaceuticals stepped down today after the company faces questions about pricing; paint company Sherwin-Williams is buying competitor Valspar to expand its market overseas; and at Duke University, the latest group of adjunct professors want to unionize.
How mid-life crisis can translate into financial crisis; a look at why so many hedge funds closed their doors in 2015; and the top economic news of the week with the weekly wrap.
As coal prices decline, bankruptcy looms for big coal producers; how Chipotle's brand faces changes after a series of noroviral outbreaks; and why weekly jobless reports matter
Breaking down Janet Yellen's statement after today's Fed announcement; how companies decide where to list their shares; and how do people really feel about trade agreements?
FDA takes strong step to improve generic drug competition; what low gas prices mean for everyday spending; and the social cost of a boom in shopping mall developments in Mexico