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Hosted by Kai Ryssdal, our flagship program is all about providing context on the economic news of the day. Through stories, conversations and newsworthy numbers, we help listeners understand the economic world around them.

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41 The big business behind “Cheer”2020-01-31 23:31:59
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42 The end of the beginning of Brexit2020-01-30 23:25:14
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43 Welcome to … the “dead zone”2020-01-29 23:14:16
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44 What weighs down GDP?2020-01-28 23:14:31
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45 Chinese workers are staying home because of coronavirus2020-01-27 23:01:34
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46 Some workers haven’t recovered from the government shutdown2020-01-24 23:24:10
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47 Low inflation is still a mystery2020-01-23 23:22:19
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48 The business of TV in 20202020-01-22 23:16:12
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49 Is this really a “blue-collar boom”?2020-01-21 23:12:12
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50 Microsoft taking a $1 billion shot at climate change2020-01-20 23:20:44
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51 The trade war had an upside for U.S. garlic farmers2020-01-17 23:36:54
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52 Citizen’s United, a decade later2020-01-16 23:15:48
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53 The trade war isn’t over2020-01-15 23:52:34
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54 Looking back on a long trade war2020-01-14 23:35:20
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55 How U.S. sanctions led to Instagram censorship in Iran2020-01-13 23:35:08
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How U.S. sanctions led to Instagram censorship in Iran

According to the International Federation of Journalists, more than a dozen Iranian journalists recently reported having their Instagram profiles suspended after they posted about Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani’s death. Facebook, Instagram’s parent company, said any accounts or posts that are being blocked is because the company is being careful not to violate sanctions. It makes sense that sanctioned people, like Soleimani, might be blocked from the platforms, but what about people just posting about him? Plus: How phase one of the trade deal between the U.S. and China is affecting the steel industry, a new way to measure inflation and the lack of diversity in the financial planning industry. …read more

56 Lime scoots out of a dozen cities2020-01-10 23:34:55
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57 The streaming wars will be fought with giant robots2020-01-09 23:50:15
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58 What a disinformation campaign from Iran might look like2020-01-08 23:20:29
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59 Markets are still figuring out what happened last week2020-01-07 23:28:34
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60 Would the Fed go negative?2020-01-06 23:52:51
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