Marketplace Morning Report

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“Marketplace Morning Report,” hosted by David Brancaccio, is the business news you need to know to start your day. “Marketplace Morning Report” gets you up to speed on what you missed when you were sleeping, kicking off each weekday with a global business update from the BBC World Service in London.

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661 09-24-2014- Morning Report- Smart and Final gets in the game2014-09-24 10:19:27
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662 09-23-2014- Morning Report- Walmart clinics2014-09-23 10:44:41
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663 09-22-2014- Morning Report- Climate Week2014-09-22 10:15:00
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664 09-19-2014- Morning Report- The price of an Accord2014-09-19 10:31:31
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665 09-18-2014- Morning Report- Is the ACA affordable?2014-09-18 10:22:22
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666 09-17-2014- Morning Report- Data for lunch2014-09-17 10:11:04
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667 09-16-2014- Morning Report- Never Ending Student Loan Debt2014-09-16 10:15:02
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668 09-15-2014- Morning Report- HBO- Go2014-09-15 10:52:37
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669 09-12-2014- Morning Report — Smoked salmon economics2014-09-12 10:28:18
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670 09-11-2014- Morning Report- The near future2014-09-11 10:32:39
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671 09-10-2014- Morning Report- Small business hiring2014-09-10 10:00:40
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672 09-09-2014- Morning Report- The Apple Gear Is Here2014-09-09 10:27:52
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673 09-08-2014- Morning Report- The fall of Atlantic City2014-09-08 10:00:00
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674 09-05-2014- Morning Report- Immigrants face the ACA2014-09-05 10:00:00
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675 09-04-2014- Morning Report-Americans remain food insecure2014-09-04 10:00:00
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676 09-03-2014- Morning Report- Preschoolers And Baby Boomers2014-09-03 10:00:00
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09-03-2014- Morning Report- Preschoolers And Baby Boomers

For trading stocks and other securities, there are stock exchanges, which are highly regulated. There are also alternative trading systems called "dark pools," which are lightly regulated. There's news this morning that IEX, an upstart, alternative system has gotten some big new investors to help it try become a fully-fledge, regulated exchange. IEX is designed to mute the effects of high speed trading, advanced technology that some argue serves Wall Street middlemen and not investors. The CEO of IEX--Brad Katsuyama was cast as the protagonist in Michael Lewis' bestselling critique of high-speed trading, and he joins us today. Plus, H&R Block is expected to report its profits later today. Analysts are feeling good about the tax-prep giant's future and the industry as a whole. That industry can thank the health care reform law. In just a few months, millions of people may end up with tricky tax questions now that they've received federal subsidies to help cover the cost of health insurance. And there's word from the mayor's office in New York that nine of about 1100 sites for city-funded, privately-run pre-kindergarten will not open because of safety questions and other issues. There will be delays for 36 others. Still, beginning tomorrow, about 50,000 four year olds in New York City will start attending full-day pre-kindergarten. It'll be free for families, which is especially significant in a city where early education had been the most expensive in the country. …read more

677 09-02-2014- Morning Report- Reading and technology2014-09-02 10:00:00
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678 09-01-2014- Morning Report- Affordable Care Act Loopholes2014-09-01 10:59:47
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679 08-29-2014 - Morning Report - Intern's on display2014-08-29 11:00:00
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680 08-28-2014 - Morning Report - Detroit's water2014-08-28 20:03:36
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