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 history of Venezuela's miserable petrostate economy; the Treasury Department expresses concerns over corporate inversions; and how companies don't have to leave the United States to find a tax haven
Economists do the numbers on Trump's debt plan; a look at the shell companies at the heart of the Panama Papers; and an interview with AOL co-founder Steve Case
Donald Trump's International Golf Course is stirring up controversy; Saudi Arabia says its selling its oil assets and creating a sovereign wealth fund; and a look at who is re-entering the work force.
Why smart cars are only as good as the road they are driving on; Texas universities brace for guns on campus; and an interview with the CEO of Sam Adams
The Chinese lake that's ground zero for the bird flu; how Philadelphia is trying to encourage more of its residents to use Earned Income Tax Credits; and SoundCloud launches its ad-free subscription service
A new study focuses on alleged contamination of drinking water in one of the high; how recent cyber attacks on hospitals have brought system vulnerabilities to light; and an interview with the showrunner for FOX's hit show "Empire"