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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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1401 10-29-2014-Marketplace-The Rule of 1 Billion2014-10-29 19:00:32
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1402 10-28-2014-Marketplace-Twitter dive2014-10-28 19:00:50
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1403 10-27-2014 Marketplace Ebola HR2014-10-27 19:00:24
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1404 10-24-2014 Marketplace Ebola in Gotham2014-10-24 19:00:19
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1405 10-23-2014 Marketplace - Blue chipped2014-10-23 19:00:29
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1406 10-22-2014 Marketplace - Johnson & Johnson & Ebola2014-10-22 19:05:39
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1407 10-21-2014 Marketplace - Crash course2014-10-21 19:09:10
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1408 10-20-2014 Marketplace the Sustained Drop2014-10-20 19:00:47
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1409 10-17-2014 Marketplace Ebola Czar Explained2014-10-17 19:00:21
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1410 10-16-2014 Marketplace - Pick a volatility villain2014-10-16 19:07:56
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1411 10-15-2014 Marketplace -Shot Clock Til You Drop2014-10-15 19:04:05
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1412 10-14-2014 Marketplace - Crisis management2014-10-14 19:00:20
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1413 10-13-2014 Marketplace - No polar bear politics2014-10-13 19:09:18
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1414 10-10-2014 Marketplace - It's a casino2014-10-10 19:00:28
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1415 10-09-2014 - Marketplace - Icahn, iGlass2014-10-09 19:00:00
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1416 10-08-2014 Marketplace2014-10-08 19:17:12
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1417 10-06-2014 Marketplace - Twin Peaks, Twinned2014-10-07 18:34:41
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1418 10-05-2014 Marketplace - Hewlett [and] Packard?2014-10-06 19:05:48
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1419 10-03-14 Marketplace - Is Phillips Curving?2014-10-03 19:00:35
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10-03-14 Marketplace - Is Phillips Curving?

The unemployment rate is falling and some are now calling on the Federal Reserve to start raising interest rates. Does the famous “Phillips Curve” still apply in an age where the nature of unemployment has changed so radically? Next, in the wake of JP Morgan’s admission that 76 million households were hit with a data breach, up from just a few million in August, we explain how companies determine they have been breached, the forensics that go into identifying and repairing the breach, and what this means for JPMorgan’s 76 million households. We also take a look at the world of film adaptations - Gillian Flynn adapted her book "Gone Girl" into a screenplay herself, and she's not the only author who has done the same very recently for high profile pics. It used to be pretty hard for authors to get these gigs. And, last but certainly not least, we trace the boom and bust of guar gum - a product used in everything from toothpaste to fracking. …read more

1420 10-02-14 - Marketplace - The Stronger Dollar2014-10-02 16:01:57
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