The company hasn't said anything official, but the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Amazon will split its much-hyped HQ2 between the greater New York and DC areas. So what was the point of that whole competition again? We'll talk about it. Plus: Why America's airports are adding more local flavor. Today's show is sponsored by Forex and PayPal.
(U.S. edition) Farmers in the southeast were riding out tough times even before hurricane season: Prices are down, labor costs are up. That's making some family farms in North Carolina wonder if the whole industry is worth the trouble. Plus, we're expecting the latest numbers on job openings and hiring this morning, and they're expected to show the same momentum as last month's stellar employment data. But not all job postings are what they seem. Then: How Verizon is reconfiguring itself for the race to 5G. Today's show is sponsored by Forex.
(Global Edition) We've now heard from two top Chinese leaders in as many days about the country's interest in ending the trade war. So what's the path forward for the U.S.? Then, Tencent's new approach to curbing addictive online gaming. Plus: The view from the ground in the Philippines, where food prices are up by double digits.
(Markets edition) U.S. sanctions against Iran go back into effect today, with some new ones to boot, hitting oil, shipping and banks. But several countries are getting waivers to continue importing Iranian oil. We'll tell you what you need to know, along with your update on markets and tomorrow's midterm elections. Then: Credit card companies like Discover and Capital One are starting to scale back lending, and we should all be paying attention.
(Global Edition) New U.S. sanctions against Iran went into effect overnight, hitting the oil and banking sectors the hardest. But there is one area where other nations can still do business with the Middle Eastern country. Then, European finance chiefs are meeting today in Brussels to discuss Italy's controversial budget. The country's deputy finance minister has said his country's plans should be a model for other European countries...but how feasible is that? Afterwards, we'll explain how banks in some parts of the world are issuing new guidelines on how to deal with customers whose finances might be manipulated by an abusive partner. Today's show is sponsored by Forex and U.S. Bank. (11/05/2018)
(U.S. Edition) We're on the eve of the most expensive midterm election ever, with $5 billion spent on national races. But most of that money isn't flowing to the most competitive races. We'll look at why. Then the view from China's import-export expo, where President Xi Jinping talked about the trade war and Chinese trade policy. Plus: once you capture carbon, what do you do with it?