Marketplace Morning ReportAuthor: Marketplace
20 Sep 2019

Marketplace Morning Report

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“Marketplace Morning Report,” hosted by David Brancaccio, is the business news you need to know to start your day. “Marketplace Morning Report” gets you up to speed on what you missed when you were sleeping, kicking off each weekday with a global business update from the BBC’s Anu Anand in partnership with the BBC World Service in London.

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    Huawei sans the USA

    Why did three Fed board members dissent on the agency’s most recent interest rate cut? Facebook expands its definition of “terrorist organization” and said it will create a content moderation board. Plus, Huawei keeps pushing its products in Europe without American technology.


  • Posted on 19 Sep 2019

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    BET bets on streaming

    The Fed lowered interest rates, but not everyone was on board. The auto worker strike gets more tense as GM cuts of workers medical benefits. Plus, BET enters the streaming wars.


  • Posted on 19 Sep 2019

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    The mental toll of “cleaning” the Internet

    From the BBC World Service… Huawei’s lawyers are scheduled to appear in a Texas court where they are looking to overturn a U.S. ban on the Chinese technology giant’s equipment. Britain’s central bank is expected to stick with a wider trend in global monetary policy and hold borrowing costs steady. Plus, we explore the personal toll on the people who have to weed out illegal and disturbing content on the internet.


  • Posted on 19 Sep 2019

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    Premium rockin’ in the stream world

    Is Wednesday’s all-but-certain Fed cut rate just one of several to come? Plus, Amazon announces a new, hi-def music streaming tier co-signed by Neil Young, whose own service for audiophiles barely made a sound a few years back.


  • Posted on 18 Sep 2019

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    Detroit, job city

    The Fed steps in overnight to save the banking “repo” market. Plus, Detroit is sorting out how it will staff a new Fiat Chrysler plant in the Motor City, the first in 30 years.


  • Posted on 18 Sep 2019

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