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Marketplace from American Public Media is the premier business news show on public radio. Host Kai Ryssdal and the Marketplace team deliver news that matters, from your wallet to Wall Street. Online at Marketplace.org.
||11/25/2015 Marketplace - Happy Thanksgiving!||The IMF debates adding the Chinese renminbi to its basket of currencies, why Georgia has seen the highest growth in Latina-owned businesses in the U.S. and Marketplace's Scott Tong explains whats at stake ahead of next week's United Nations' Paris Climate Change Conference.||11/26/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-25-15 - Marketplace - Baltimore Recovers||Farm income will fall 38 percent this year, a look at what this means for consumers; Baltimore businesses recover after riots earlier this year; and the science behind Christmas shopping.||11/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-24-15 - Marketplace - Instagram professionals||The State Department issued a travel advisory, but for some it is business as usual; how to Instagram your way to a career in food photography; and the Uber v. taxi battle for the curb at Atlanta's airport.||11/24/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Marketplace - 11-23-15 - Pfizer and Allergan||How the Pfizer and Allergan merger is an example of corporate inversion; the Food and Drug Administration gives GMO salmon the green light; and a look at emotional labor.||11/23/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Marketplace - 11-20-15 - Mining in Space||A review of this week in business and finance; a billionaire energy investor shares his thoughts on climate change and the election; and the near future of mining in space.||11/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-19-15 - Marketplace - ACA Costs||Selling the Affordable Care Act taking a toll on insurance giants; lawmakers propose restrictions on visas that may complicate travel; and closing the wage gap...in 118 years.||11/19/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-18-15 - Marketplace - Homeless in the riverbed||Defining Bernie Sander's socialism; preparing the Los Angeles homeless population for El Niño; and the impact of the Broadway musical about the father of finance, "Hamilton."||11/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-17-15 - Marketplace - EU Borders||Many Europeans want tighter restrictions on their borders, but that may stifle business; the declining rate of students graduating college within six years; and Hallmark's attempt to redefine their holiday marketing.||11/17/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-16-15 - Marketplace - ISIS Financing||Looking into where ISIS gets its money; U.S. governors say they're refusing to take in Syrian refugees; and the Marriott/Starwood hotel mega-merger.||11/16/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-13-15 - Marketplace - Dozens die in violent Paris attacks||The aftermath of the 2011 Tuscaloosa, Alabama tornado; territorial disputes in the South China Sea; and Paris reels from a series of shootings and explosions that killed dozens of people.||11/13/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-12-15 - Marketplace - National chains go local||National stores take part in the "shop local" movement; the White House's first Data Scientist, DJ Patil, talks big data; and Apple seeks to enter the peer-to-peer payment space.||11/12/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-11-15 - Marketplace - An NFL return to Los Angeles||How Wisconsin dairy farms rely on immigrant workers; the possibility of a Los Angeles-based NFL stadium; and a push for reverting back to the gold standard.||11/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Codebreaker - Is It Evil? Ep 1: Email||Codebreaker is a new podcast that dares to ask – and answer – the fundamental questions about technology that consume us every day. In season one, we’re starting with three deceptively simple words: Is it evil? In each episode, Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson will apply this question to a different technology. Codebreaker isn't just the name of our podcast, it's also a way to listen. Each episode contains a hint to to help you immediately unlock the next installment and ultimately the entire season. Think you've cracked a code? Head over to Codebreaker.codes and enter it. If decoding isn't your thing, look up Codebreaker in your favorite audio app and listen along as we publish a new episode every Wednesday.||11/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-10-15 - Marketplace - Rebirth of the audio cassette||An audio cassette resurgence; General Electric's ties to the Connecticut community; and the plight of Syrian refugees.||11/10/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-09-15 - Marketplace - Jerk Bosses||Narcissistic and aggressive bosses in workplace culture; how technology is helping Syrian refugees; and tragedy on the high seas.||11/9/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-06-15 - Marketplace - The politics of the Keystone XL Pipeline||How one pipeline project became more political than economic; why networks have been reluctant to ax struggling shows; and a look at October's jobs numbers.||11/6/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-05-15 - Marketplace - Full employment in Tuscaloosa, Alabama||Pickier job hunters during the holiday season; the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership; and our trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama — a city powered by manufacturing.||11/5/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-04-15 - Marketplace - Alabama’s “catfish economy”||A trade deficit decrease; one woman's hunt to purchase a barrel of crude oil; and a look at the economic situation in Greensboro, Alabama, including a visit to a catfish plant.||11/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-03-15 - Marketplace - Mass layoff in China's coal industry||Uber makes its case as an economic asset; Candy Crush gets snapped up for $6 billion; and a Chinese coal mining company lays off 100,000 workers.||11/3/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||11-02-15 - Marketplace - Dystopian theme parks||The similarities between politics and professional sports; a Hunger Games–based roller coaster; and the TV content bubble.||11/2/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
A geek's dream come true!
I've been paying for the Marketplace podcast on Audible for as long as I can remember, and it has been worth every penny, so imagine my delight to find out it is now available free of charge! Marketplace, and its once a week sister show, Marketplace Money, are both entertaining and informative. Kai Ryssdal has to be one of the finest radio personalities on air today, period. He has the perfect mix of smarts, quick wit and charisma that really makes the avid news fan want to stop and pay attention. Kai is the reason I got hooked on Marketplace and Marketplace Money, and the fantastic reporting week after week by everyone on the Marketplace staff is the reason I keep coming back for more! I can now get my Marketplace fix free of charge! That fact alone deserves 5 stars!! Kudos to the Marketplace team for creating a top notch talk radio show high-quality enough for me to be willing to pay for, and for doing the appropriate Marketplace thing by making it cost nothing to download. I promise Chris Farrell (Economics Editor and Personal Finance Expert) that I will put that extra $22.95 for my subscription into my retirement savings.
This podcast continually amazes me. Not only is it entertaining and informative, but the topics range all over the spectrum of our society. And they manage to squeeze all this news and information into a fairly brief podcast. At the end of each one I feel more in touch with the world. I can't recommend it highly enough.
Marketplace is so money, it doesn't even know it
Marketplace has been my PM drive home choice since David hosted the show (no, the other one). Kai and the current gang of reporters are the strongest ever, and now I grab the podcast at work and listen on the way home, no matter when I leave the office. I don't have to miss a thing. THIS, and The Onion :-), showcase what the deilvery method of podcasting can be; It's great for listeners, great for content providers, and great for advertisers (er, I meant underwriters. Those 30-second mentions with full contact information and product descriptions on NPR are not ads, you see. That would be illegal).