Aired 5 months ago 2:23
Can Apple's streaming service really think different?
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
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Aired 4 months ago 8:14
Amazon's primed for new markets
Amazon's first quarter figures are out Thursday, and though business appears to be going gangbusters in the U.S., it could be time to take offerings like Prime to other markets. As for GDP Q1 numbers, they're out Friday. Plus, it was revealed this week the U.S. might be able to squeeze out one more year out of Social Security before it runs out â€” that's in 2035 now. But could the upcoming presidential election actually shift the focus towards the safety net and extend the program? Today's show is sponsored byÂ Capital OneÂ andÂ Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.
Aired 9 months ago 7:47
Why the dollar store might not be selling dollar items for much longer
Two members of British PM Theresa May's cabinet have resigned following a tentative Brexit agreement with the European Union. What does the potential of leaving the E.U. without a deal mean for their respective economies? How brick and mortar stores are competing with giant online retailers. And why all those dollar stores might not be selling things for just a dollar for much longer. Today's show is sponsored by Forex Â and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
Aired 9 months ago 8:05
Cookbooks: A recipe for success in an ailing industry
It's Cyber Monday, and more people than ever are using their mobile devices to get those deals. Voter turnout was great these past midterm elections, which has had a significant impact on how initiatives get on the ballot. And for all the talk of an ailing publishing industry, cookbook sales are sizzling. Today's show is sponsored by Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage, the Michigan Economic Development CorporationÂ andÂ the Alliance for Lifetime Income.