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Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
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This is a show about life and how money messes with it. Each week, Marketplace’s Reema Khrais digs in with stories about the unanticipated ways money affects relationships, shapes identities and often defines what it means to be an adult. How much money do you lend a friend? Who can afford to vote? Can you get your life back after being wrongfully convicted?
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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: ...
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In less than 10 minutes, we’ll get you up to speed on all the news you missed overnight. Throughout the morning, Marketplace’s David Brancaccio will bring you the latest business and economic stories you need to know to start your day. And before U.S. markets open, you’ll get a global markets update from the BBC World Service in London.
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Each weekday, Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal and Kimberly Adams make today make sense. Along with our supersmart listeners, we break down happenings in tech, the economy and culture. Every Tuesday we bring on a guest to dive deeper into one important topic. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.
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The economy is changing so fast. It’s hard to keep up. Get the latest on what’s happening in the economy right now with two-times-a day briefings from Marketplace. More than just the numbers, we bring you the highlights from the most important stories about money, business and the economy. Subscribe to the Marketplace Minute® wherever you get your podcasts or add it to your Alexa flash briefing.
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The Colorado River feeds us and powers our lives, irrigating millions of acres of farmland and generating billions of kilowatt-hours in hydroelectric power. Forty million people get drinking water from the Colorado River. Cities from Denver to Los Angeles couldn’t exist without it. It supports 30 Tribal Nations. But we’re using more water than the river has to give. The Colorado River has already lost trillions of gallons to rising temperatures over the last two decades. Meanwhile, rampant g ...
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As Canada’s top consumer watchdog, we look out for your health, your safety and your money. Hosts Asha Tomlinson and David Common bring you inside eight action-packed investigations, uncovering the truth about popular products and services — and pushing hard for accountability. CBC Marketplace has your back. All 8 episodes drop July 4.
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Million Bazillion is a podcast from Marketplace that inspires families to talk about money. Described as “a godsend for anyone who knows a little kid with big questions about money,” by The New York Times, the podcast tackles questions from: “What is cryptocurrency?” to “How do I save money?” and “How does inflation work?” Hosts Ryan Perez and Bridget Bodnar take listeners on an awesome adventure to answer the awkward, complex and sometimes surprising money questions from real kids. Million ...
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The MarketPlace Movement exists to create an environment that's REAL. It means our vision is to Reach, Enhance, and Advance, Lives. There are several choices involved in choosing a house of worship and at Marketplace, our goal is not to compete with these choices. At the Marketplace we believe that we as God's people are the church as opposed to the building being the church. Our passion is to advance the kingdom of God through a holistic model of ministry that ministers to the individual as ...
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Two-Sided, the podcast about building an online marketplace business. Two-sided of course, because we’ll discuss Demand & Supply, but also the good side and the bad side, the easy stuff and the hard stuff, and how it looks from the outside versus what is really going on on the inside of an online marketplace. In this series, we sit down with marketplace entrepreneurs, investors and other brilliant minds who work with online marketplaces and two-sided platforms every single day. We will talk ...
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Welcome to The Exploring The Marketplace Podcast. Hosts Shawn Bolz & Bob Hasson interview everyday influencers, business owners, career professionals, entertainers about how their faith has changed their opportunities and transformed their lives. These stories will be forever embedded in your memory helping you see what God can do in your life! If a picture is worth a thousand words, their stories are worth a thousand self help books, sermons, or coaching sessions. Come join the conversation!
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The Mindful Marketplace is where we share the stories of entrepreneurs, investors, economists and business leaders who are not only making a profit, but who are creating more equitable, sustainable, and democratic business practices and communities along the way. It's where we learn how to connect our money and our time to our values, our community, and ourselves. Connect with Joel at: http://www.mindfulmarketplaceshow.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@mindfulmarketplaceshow Instagram: ...
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Welcome to the Automated Seller Podcast! Join us as we delve into the world of software and automations on Amazon and other marketplaces, providing you with valuable insights, tips and tricks to help take your online business to the next level. The podcast is hosted by Jakob Wolitzki, Co-Founder of Deltologic.
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Theology of Business is the show for marketplace Christians seeking to explore and apply God’s will for business. If you want to learn more about how to do business for the glory of God and shape culture through discipling the business world, this show is for you. | Christian business | Entrepreneurship | Marketing | Nonprofit | Church | Author | Startups | Marketplace | Ministry | Business as Mission | Faith and Work | Faith | Success | Leadership | www.TheologyofBusiness.com
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Making Conversation is a podcast where we celebrate the act of making in all its forms. We spotlight the incredible individuals powering our creative community, dive into need-to-know stories of craft and its history, and explore issues deeply rooted in our values of diversity and inclusion–all while sharing what it's like to build a startup at the intersection of technology and crafts and the first social marketplace for makers, crafters, and artists.
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Each season, we explain the weird, complicated and often unequal American economy — and why some people get ahead and some get left behind. Host Krissy Clark dives into obscure policies and forgotten histories to explain why America is like it is. The latest season examines the “welfare-to-work industrial complex” and the multi-million dollar companies running today’s for-profit welfare centers.
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As part of our Econ Extra Credit series, we’re exploring race and representation in the world of fashion. Today, we’re joined by fashion and costume historian Shelby Ivey Christie to discuss the industry’s inconsistencies on diversity — including on the runway and on magazine covers, as well as in boardrooms and editorial departments. Also, homeown…
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From the BBC World Service: Saturday marks two years since Russia invaded Ukraine. As the conflict continues, rebuilding is a major concern for residents and businesses there – so where’s the money going to come from? Plus, campaigners say beef production by major meatpackers has been linked to illegal deforestation in Brazil, and some retailers in…
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Once a week, many of us get that dreaded screen-time report courtesy of our smartphones. But a recent study found keeping track of our average usage doesn’t actually help us control our screen time all that much. Caught in the loop of screen-time shame like so many of us are, New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill decided to actually do somethin…
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Today on Exploring the Marketplace, Shawn Bolz and Bob Hasson interview Bryant Ellis. Bryant is an Author, a self-made entrepreneur and founder of “The Adventure Challenge”, has a podcast called “The Bryant Ellis Show” and is a Forbes 30 under 30 honoree. Tune in as Shawn, Bob and Bryant discuss the catalyst for writing his book “Hello My Name Is F…
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If a $35 billion deal goes through, Capital One will purchase Discover and become the nation’s largest credit card issuer. But the bank isn’t in it for credit debt — it’s in it for Discover’s payments system. Also in this episode: why Walmart had strong sales last quarter and how states are preparing for a potentially contentious Election Day. Also…
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On this episode, Brad Hawkins (Co-Founder and CEO at WideFi) shares how he has partnered with God in growing multiple successful companies and how he has responded to some unique ethical quandaries along the way. Brad Hawkins is Co-Founder and CEO at WideFi, which has developed SaferNet, a CyberSafety & Internet Control App. Safernet turns exposed …
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Ever wondered how capitalism can evolve into a force for social good? Our latest episode features Lynier Richardson, a distinguished academic and entrepreneur with deep roots in community development and economic empowerment. Together, we dissect the complex tapestry of social enterprises, revealing how profitability and social impact aren't mutual…
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Marketplaces and digital platforms can be barraged with disputes - from peer-to-peer conflicts to claims against the company - despite strong defenses and processes. And, resolving these disputes is costly, time-consuming and incredibly distracting. That's why the need to efficiently and effectively handle disputes is important for platforms that w…
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As part of our Econ Extra Credit series, we’re exploring race and representation in the world of fashion. Today, we’re joined by fashion and costume historian Shelby Ivey Christie to discuss the industry’s inconsistencies on diversity — including on the runway and on magazine covers, as well as in boardrooms and editorial departments. Also, homeown…
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From the BBC World Service: Saturday marks two years since Russia invaded Ukraine. As the conflict continues, rebuilding is a major concern for residents and businesses there – so where’s the money going to come from? Plus, campaigners say beef production by major meatpackers has been linked to illegal deforestation in Brazil, and some retailers in…
  continue reading
 
Once a week, many of us get that dreaded screen-time report courtesy of our smartphones. But a recent study found keeping track of our average usage doesn’t actually help us control our screen time all that much. Caught in the loop of screen-time shame like so many of us are, New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill decided to actually do somethin…
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In this episode Les discusses one of two books by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy. The title sounds counter-intuitive, but 10x is Easier Than 2x is absolutely true. The authors discuss how to change your thinking and behavior to focus on the 20% of activity that’s leading to 80% of the results. Exponential growth only results in exponential thought…
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After former President Trump’s recent digs at NATO, officials at a global security conference in Munich over the weekend weighed what European countries would do if Trump were re-elected and abandoned the United States’ treaty commitments. On the show today, Kathleen McInnis, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, disc…
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After former President Trump’s recent digs at NATO, officials at a global security conference in Munich over the weekend weighed what European countries would do if Trump were re-elected and abandoned the United States’ treaty commitments. On the show today, Kathleen McInnis, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, disc…
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If a $35 billion deal goes through, Capital One will purchase Discover and become the nation’s largest credit card issuer. But the bank isn’t in it for credit debt — it’s in it for Discover’s payments system. Also in this episode: why Walmart had strong sales last quarter and how states are preparing for a potentially contentious Election Day. Also…
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