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 U.S. is spending less on infrastructure today than it did before the 2008 financial crisis, what that means for global competition; what some Greeks think about the possibility of Great Britain leaving the EU; and what's standing in the way of doctors sharing patient data.
We close out our series, "The Price of Profits," with a look at what makes a good job and how that's changed as corporations focus on profits; the SEC votes on whether or not to approve the IEX as America's newest stock exchange; and the last five days in five minutes with the Weekly Wrap.
Continuing our series, the Price of Profits, this time we take a look at activist investors; BBC's Chris Page reports on what people in Northern Ireland think about a possible Brexit; and why egg producers say they will end the practice of culling male chicks
Our series "The Price of Profits" continues, as we explore why companies are gorging on their own shares and how the idea of "maximizing shareholder value" reshaped the pharmaceutical industry. Plus, an interview with chef Geoffrey Zakarian.
We take a look at how much an immigration ban proposed by Trump could cost the U.S. in tourism and business; tracing the history of how corporations made maximizing shareholder value their priority; and support for Brexit grows as Britain prepares to vote next week.
How businesses who sell guns are reacting to the Orlando mass shooting and other shootings in the past; a look at the private-security market; and introducing our series "The Price of Profits," what happens when profits become a company’s product.