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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: @Marketplace

  • 25 minutes 34 seconds
    Biden doubling down on tariffs

    More tariffs from the Joe Biden administration on Chinese goods are on the way, and he gave his blessing to some Trump-era tariffs. We’ll break it down. Plus, why a story about a local public library becoming an adults-only space may be a warning of things to come. Later, we’ll weigh in on Chuck E. Cheese’s animatronic band, whales sinking yachts and “quiet vacationing” during a round of Half Full / Half Empty!

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    25 May 2024, 1:27 am
  • 28 minutes 25 seconds
    For female workers, an ailing feeling about financial health 

    Per Bank of America’s annual workplace benefits report, more full-time workers are feeling secure in their jobs compared to last year. But there’s a catch: Those upbeat responses came from men, while the percentage of women who feel financially stable dipped slightly. Plus, the Federal Reserve’s inflation frustration, the SEC’s near-approval of spot ether ETFs and the federal tax code’s post-election future.

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    24 May 2024, 10:37 pm
  • 1 minute 5 seconds
    Live Nation hit with another antitrust lawsuit

    Stocks close mostly higher; consumers expect slower inflation; Live Nation hit with second antitrust lawsuit; UAW asks for a new vote in Alabama.

    24 May 2024, 9:14 pm
  • 1 minute 20 seconds
    Landmark settlement would change college athletics

    If approved, the NCAA settlement would allow colleges to pay student athletes; business spending picks up in April, according to durable goods report; Justice Department sues to break up Live Nation, calling it a monopoly; Memorial Day travel kicks off with a major test for air travel.

    24 May 2024, 3:46 pm
  • 8 minutes 55 seconds
    Will the Ticketmaster antitrust lawsuit make it easier for people to get tickets?

    The Justice Department is suing Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, saying that it violated antitrust law. Live Nation controls at least 80% of box office sales at major concert venues, and owns or controls more than 60% of large amphitheaters in the U.S. Yet we may not know the upshot of the lawsuit for consumers for quite some time. Also: a look inside the wide world of indie video games.

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    24 May 2024, 2:41 pm
  • 9 minutes 33 seconds
    A major step toward paying college athletes

    The NCAA, the governing body for college sports, and the five biggest athletic conferences have agreed to a landmark $2.8 billion settlement of a class-action suit. If approved by a judge, it’ll means that schools would be allowed to share revenues with student athletes going forward. Then, we’ll have a conversation about capitalism and activism in college athletics. And later: Will you be “quiet vacationing” this holiday weekend?

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    24 May 2024, 11:59 am
  • 8 minutes 26 seconds
    Google’s laying a subsea fiber-optic cable connecting Africa and Australia

    From the BBC World Service: Google is expanding its network infrastructure, with an aim of enhancing internet connectivity and competing in the cloud computing market. Then, days after President Biden imposed higher tariffs on EVs from China, Elon Musk says he doesn’t support them — contradicting a warning he made back in January that Chinese carmakers would “demolish” global competitors if there were no trade barriers.

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    24 May 2024, 11:13 am
  • 12 minutes 38 seconds
    Tech Bytes — Week in Review: Online extremism, Section 230, and ScarJo vs. OpenAI

    Proceeding without permission is a time-tested practice in some corners of Silicon Valley. Well, it’s not working out so well for OpenAI. Actress Scarlett Johansson said this week the company approached her twice to voice a new AI assistant for ChatGPT-4o. She declined, only to find it had used a voice that sounds “eerily” like hers. Plus, on Capitol Hill, a House subcommittee held a hearing that could decide the future of Section 230, the provision that largely governs the internet today. We’ll explain why chatbots have entered the chat on Section 230’s future.

    But first, a new report by former tech company officials and academic researchers finds far-right extremist militias are once again organizing on Facebook ahead of November’s presidential election. They recommend platforms ramp up content moderation to avoid fueling political violence. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali is joined by Maria Curi, tech policy reporter at Axios, for her take on this week’s tech news.

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    24 May 2024, 10:09 am
  • 29 minutes 31 seconds
    Bad housing news comes in threes

    This week, we got some gloomy news on the housing market: In April, new homes sales fell 4.7% and existing home sales dropped about 2% from the month before, and in May, homebuilder confidence took a dive. The most likely culprit? High mortgage rates. Also in this episode: Why DuPont is splitting its company into three, what Olympic and Paralympic athletes are doing to raise funds for Paris, and how business is going for a maker of custom cowboy boots in Virginia.

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    23 May 2024, 10:53 pm
  • 11 minutes 36 seconds
    How the Palestinian financial system is tied up in Israel

    After Israel threatened to cut ties between Israeli and Palestinian banks, Treasury Secretary Yellen warned it could worsen the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and create economic instability in the West Bank. We’ll also explain one reason why U.S. military spending is so high, get updates on the AI economy’s hot shot, Nvidia, and the U.S. government’s battle against Big Ticket.

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    23 May 2024, 10:31 pm
  • 1 minute 5 seconds
    Wall Street retreats

    AI drives Nvidia profits higher; New home sales slump; White House says an independent Fed is best.

    23 May 2024, 8:56 pm
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