Marketplace Morning ReportAuthor: Marketplace
22 Nov 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 World Service in London.

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    The state of state spending is strong

    GM alleges Fiat Chrysler bribed auto worker union officials. Retailers are ready to unload their inventory during the compressed holiday shopping season. Plus, low unemployment means more taxes, and more taxes means more spending by states.


  • Posted on 21 Nov 2019

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    One way to stop your package from getting stolen: get it sent to the police station

    Warehouse clubs lower prices to stay competitive. The Trump Administration lets some companies sell to blacklisted Chinese tech giant Huawei once more. Google puts the kibosh on fake political ads in the U.K. Plus, police get creative to combat porch pirates.


  • Posted on 21 Nov 2019

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    Do you fake sickness to escape work?

    From the BBC World Service… The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) downgrades its 2020 global growth forecast. The mother of an anti-government student protester in Hong Kong speaks her mind. Plus, a BBC survey shows two in five British adults fake a sick day.

     


  • Posted on 21 Nov 2019

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    Is Georgia on national Democrats’ minds?

    Will Apple’s much-needed tariff exemptions come up during Trump’s visit to its Austin, Texas factory? Home Depot and Kohl’s underperform ahead of the holidays. Plus, Georgia Democrats think they can help in 2020 with the proper resources.


  • Posted on 20 Nov 2019

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    Toy tariff story

    What the World Bank’s post-recession report card tells us about the future of the global economy. Bankruptcy leaves GM is off the hook for deaths and injuries caused by faulty ignitions. Plus, how one toy store with a lot of Chinese products is faring this holiday season.


  • Posted on 20 Nov 2019

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