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357. Can an Industrial Giant Become a Tech Darling?
The Ford Motor Company is ditching its legacy sedans, doubling down on trucks, and trying to steer its stock price out of a long skid. But C.E.O. Jim Hackett has even bigger plans: to turn a century-old automaker into the nucleus of a “transportation operating system.” Is Hackett just whistling past the graveyard, or does he see what others can’t?
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Handling Nation's Economy
Dan asks what's next for our nation's economy now that the midterms are over, with Democrat Jennifer Wexton, who was victorious in her race to win the congressional seat in the Virginia 10th. Plus, in the "Final Two", Fortune sale troubles and Ford Motor Company buying Spin.
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Italy makes it rain, which means cheaper truffles for all
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to hear from economist Diane Swonk of Grant Thornton. She helps us understand some of the history regarding the macroeconomic effects of past government shutdowns. Then we head to Europe, where the Ford Motor Company announced a sweeping overhaul. The BBC’s Bill Wilson told us more. We also talk about food, specifically how certain items that are typically seen as precious and dear are now strangely cheap. This time, it’s truffles, and apparently we have rain in Italy to thank for it. Today's show is sponsored by Indeed, U.S. Postal Service and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.
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