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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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1281 04-10-2015- Marketplace- General Electric returns to manufacturing2015-04-10 19:00:11
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1282 04-09-2015 - Marketplace - Paying for YouTube?2015-04-09 19:00:24
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1283 04-08-2015 - Marketplace - Shelling out2015-04-08 19:02:58
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1284 04-07-2015 - Marketplace - Water you doing?2015-04-07 19:04:16
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1285 04-06-2015 - Marketplace - Cash crops2015-04-06 19:01:41
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1286 Marketplace: A Look At The New Oil World2015-04-03 17:54:55
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1287 Marketplace: Who's Responsible For Income Inequality?2015-04-02 16:51:13
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1288 Marketplace: The Cost Of Refusing Service2015-04-01 16:40:22
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1289 Marketplace: Unpacking Jay Z's Tidal2015-03-31 16:11:33
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1290 Marketplace: Rhodes Scholarships Goes Global2015-03-30 17:00:19
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1291 Marketplace: Amazon Pursues High-end Fashion2015-03-27 17:17:36
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1292 Marketplace: Congress Doctors Medicare Solution2015-03-26 17:27:39
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1293 Marketplace: BBC Fires Controversial Host2015-03-25 17:38:25
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1294 Marketplace: Facebook's New Partnership2015-03-24 17:03:00
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1295 Marketplace: RadioShack Glitches Then Shuts Off2015-03-23 16:13:27
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1296 Marketplace: Solar Eclipse Makes Little Waves In Europe2015-03-20 17:21:10
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1297 Marketplace: Should Fracking Pay For Earthquake Damage?2015-03-19 17:05:56
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1298 Marketplace: Euro Interferes With Luxury Brand Plans2015-03-18 16:58:55
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Marketplace: Euro Interferes With Luxury Brand Plans

Airing on Wednesday, March 18, 2015: Lots of Americans are thinking about European vacations this year because the Euro has become so cheap. But luxury brands like Chanel aren’t happy about some of the tourists who are buying up their products in Paris. The price difference for Chanel between Paris and China has grown so wide that Chinese tourists are flying around the world to buy handbags and other luxury items, which is undermining these brands’ strategies of opening stores in China itself. Plus, Kraft Food Group’s shares are already down after its recall of around 6-and-a-half million boxes of Macaroni and cheese. The voluntary recall came after some consumers complained of finding metal pieces in the food. We explain how recalls work, whether consumers pay attention and the economic cost to the companies involved. …read more

1299 Marketplace: Pinterest Doubles In Valuation2015-03-17 17:00:59
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1300 Marketplace: History Repeats Itself In The Form Of China2015-03-16 15:49:27
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