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.
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"
Our latest "I've Always Wondered" series installment: how coupons work; the story of a iconic black hair brand; and Marriott and Anbang continue to battle it out over Starwood.
The popular German grocery store aims to have 2,000 U.S. stores operating in the next couple years; Square is expanding from offering mobile payment services to small-business loans; and the weekly wrap of business and economics.
Breaking down why toppling Yahoo's entire board can be a challenge; how algorithms and big data can help musicians; and a look at a new report from Deptartment of Education on college completion rates for low-income students
Venezuela's people face sky-high inflation and a scarcity of essential goods; how celebrities are using meet-and-greets as a revenue stream; and the world's first professor of comic books talks about the surprising role he's played in bringing Batman to film and television