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.
A Nobel Prize for the study of poverty, a car that costs $75,000 and the wealthy families behind the presidential campaign.
How the Bakken oil fields inspired Hollywood; monetizing emotions; and Chattanooga, Tennessee, stands by VW.
An in-depth look at race and debt; Sepp Blatter's red card; and uncertainty in Congress.
Global trade, early childhood education and a talk with Ben Carson.
Talking trade with POTUS; Microsoft's new mobile devices; and the wild wild web of fantasy sports.
Global trade; Jack Dorsey's permanent gig; and will your surgery cost more than a Disneyland annual pass? We'll tell you.