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.
Climate change in the state that oil built; Wes Craven's horror legacy; and competition in cable boxes.
Another step in the evolution of the 21st century employee; the big, bad business of refugee smuggling; and Instagram's outside-the-box strategy.
The fundamentals of America's economy in three numbers; China's Ironman; and living in the fire zone.
What we've learned about the market's infrastructure; Apple's "sinodependency"; and stopping the roller coaster metaphor in its tracks.
No, it's not 2008; China's stock market has a long way to go; and the tough business of steel.
OK, let's just step back a minute and break this all down. We've got China correspondent Rob Schmitz explaining the Shanghai meltdown; Scott Tong fills us in on the end of the commodities producers' party; and Sabri Ben-Achour tells us how vulnerable the U.S. really is.