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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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1481 07-11-2014- Marketplace- The Cig Biz Gets Bigger2014-07-11 21:08:33
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1482 07-10-2014- Marketplace- Growth In Airliner Sales2014-07-10 21:46:05
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1483 07-09-2014- Marketplace- More Jobs?2014-07-09 21:19:21
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1484 07-08-2014- Marketplace- The $6,000 Intern2014-07-08 21:28:57
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1485 02-10-2014 Marketplace -2014-02-10 20:18:43
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1486 02-07-2014 Marketplace - World domination2014-02-07 20:03:56
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1487 01-06-14 Marketplace - Home brew Coke?2014-02-06 18:26:14
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1488 02-5-2014 Marketplace - Smoke out2014-02-05 20:00:03
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1489 02-04-14 Marketplace - Microsoft's Great Debate2014-02-04 20:35:04
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1490 02-03-14 Marketplace - Coffee correspondents2014-02-03 20:01:32
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1491 01-31-14 Marketplace - Paying for Prime2014-01-31 20:08:58
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1492 01-30-14 Marketplace - So many shoes2014-01-30 20:04:51
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1493 01-29-14 Marketplace - Temper tantrum2014-01-29 20:00:52
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1494 01-28-14 - Marketplace - $10.10: A nice, even number?2014-01-28 20:21:51
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1495 01-27-14 Marketplace - Unemployed, unemployable?2014-01-27 20:00:55
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1496 01-24-14 Marketplace - Whole wheat everything2014-01-24 20:00:47
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1497 01-23-14 Marketplace - Paycheck to Paycheck2014-01-23 20:00:49
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1498 01-22-14 Marketplace - 19th century Amazon2014-01-22 20:00:51
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01-22-14 Marketplace - 19th century Amazon

The fifth anniversary of the markets’ bull run will soon be upon us. On the principle that “all good things come to an end,” is it time to expect a correction? Later: Sears is closing its store in downtown Chicago, and we take this occasion to consider what Sears and its competitor, Montgomery Ward, were to consumers in the late 1800s: Amazon. And finally: Butterfinger's newest peanut butter-stuffed candy looks - or rather, tastes - familiar. Why would they try to challenge the icon of their industry? We break down this "better" Reese's.…read more

1499 01-21-14 Marketplace - Picking up the tab for fraud2014-01-21 20:00:51
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1500 The Davos World Economic Forum: A lot of 'hot air'?2014-01-21 17:56:40
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