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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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1261 05-13-15 - Marketplace - Senior Water Rights2015-05-13 21:00:18
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1262 05-12-15 - Marketplace - Hack-A-Shaq2015-05-12 21:00:17
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1263 05-11-15 - Marketplace - Television Sales2015-05-11 21:00:00
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1264 05-08-15 - Marketplace - Not in the Numbers2015-05-08 21:00:05
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1265 05-07-2015 - Marketplace - Whole Foods2015-05-07 21:00:47
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1266 05-06-2015 - Marketplace - Hospice Costs2015-05-06 21:00:38
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1267 05-05-2015 - Marketplace - Trade Deal Secrecy2015-05-05 21:00:11
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1268 05-04-2015 - Marketplace - McDonald's Turnaround2015-05-04 21:00:33
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1269 05-01-15 - Marketplace - The business of podcasting2015-05-01 21:00:19
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1270 04-30-2015 - Marketplace - Secret Shutdown2015-04-30 21:00:08
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1271 04-29-2015 - Marketplace - CEO Pay2015-04-29 21:00:24
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1272 04-28-2015 - Marketplace - Banning the Box2015-04-28 21:00:16
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1273 04-27-2015 - Marketplace - Nepal remittances2015-04-27 21:00:42
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1274 04-24-2015 - Marketplace - Amazon's cloud rains profits2015-04-24 21:00:30
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1275 04-23-2015 -Marketplace - Trade Opposition2015-04-23 21:00:59
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1276 04-22-2015 - Marketplace - Cyber Security2015-04-22 21:00:55
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04-22-2015 - Marketplace - Cyber Security

Airing on Wednesday, April 22, 2015: After years of trying, Congress is getting close to passing a big cybersecurity bill. Business interests and privacy advocates finally have the common ground to get behind a single piece of legislation. The reason? Hacks are becoming much, much bigger and much, much more common. We look at how they managed to find common ground. Next, Verizon has unveiled a new basic TV package for $54.99 a month, prompting objections from major content providers like ESPN. The cable industry has been disrupted as pay-TV distributors, such as Verizon, respond to pressure from “cord-cutter” consumers, who are demanding these “skinny programming packages”. But media companies like Disney are fighting to protect their most lucrative source of revenue – programming fees. We consider whether the content providers or the distributors have the upper hand in this battle and how it’s it likely to shake out. …read more

1277 04-21-2015 - Marketplace - Power Grid Infrastructure2015-04-21 21:00:00
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1278 04-20-2015 - Marketplace - Google Algorithms2015-04-20 21:00:04
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1279 04-17-2015 - Marketplace - xxx2015-04-17 19:00:08
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1280 04-16-2015 - Marketplace - Digital Classrooms2015-04-16 21:00:41
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