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Startup Snapshot is a Tech in Asia podcast that uncovers the raw emotions and roller-coaster journeys that startup founders face when trying to turn their innovative ideas into reality. Host Nathaniel Fetalvero talks to entrepreneurs and business leaders from across the region, discussing how the lessons they've picked up on their startup journey helped shape them into who they are today. Aside from Startup Snapshot, you can tune in to Deep Dive on the first Wednesday of each month, where Na ...
 
“रोज़मर्रा की चीनी भाषा”चीनी भाषा सीखाने का कार्यक्रम है जिसमें कुल 68 पाठ हैं। इस कार्यक्रम की अपनी नई रूपरेखा, यथार्थ विषय और जीवित तरीके हैं। इस कार्यक्रम के माध्यम से हिन्दी भाषी लोग आसानी से अपनी मातृभाषा में चीनी भाषा सीख सकते हैं।
 
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: ...
 
DJ/Producer David Tort is one of the most influential Spanish artist in the global electronic music scene. His success is the product of both, his distinctive studio work and his in-demand DJ sets all around the world. Both sides have made him a household name in modern club culture. Djing for over 30 years, David has been also brewing his studio sound for over fifteen years cultivating a unique and diverse musical personality understood both by clubbers and industry alike. His discography i ...
 
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Despite the big rebound in U.S. GDP, the economy is still below where it was before the pandemic. Also, the Trump administration proposes ending the H-1B visa lottery. Plus, business groups call for patience as presidential election results get tallied next week. And, lower-income Americans are less confident about the accuracy of vote counting, ou…
 
After three days of sharp declines, some signs of stabilization in markets. U.S. stock index futures were up early Thursday. Plus, warnings of a ransomware assault that threatens U.S. health care. And, how one county in the swing state of Pennsylvania has tried to beef up its election system to deal with the influx of mail-in ballots.…
 
The CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter testified Wednesday at a Senate hearing that was supposed to be about a fundamentally important internet law called Section 230 — which is about liability protection for tech companies. Instead, the hearing ended up being about how much power big tech companies hold, and how they wield it. Republicans accuse…
 
Whatever you call it, this weekend we’ll “fall back” to standard time, and it will suddenly feel like it gets dark very early. One listener wants to know: What if we didn’t? We’re tackling that question and many more from you all on this Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday. Also on the docket: air travel, polling data and commercial real estate. As alwa…
 
That’s an oversimplification, but not by much. All three major indexes cratered today with cases up and no relief package in sight. No sector was spared, but we’ll zoom in on Boeing and look ahead to Thursday’s GDP numbers. Plus: the Section 230 hearing, Crocs’ pandemic comeback and who pays for a recount?…
 
What about during a pandemic? Or are there other ways museums should be trying to raise money? Plus, as of early Wednesday morning, the stock market was down 5% this week. One market analyst says there are three big things driving the downturn. And, advertisers run into trouble with Facebook’s temporary ban on political ads.…
 
The chief executives of Twitter, Facebook and Google will appear on screens before the Senate Commerce Committee this morning. Plus, it appears consumer confidence is stalling, and when it comes to coping with the COVID economy, one’s age often matters. And, this isn’t the first election in which we’ve seen promises from candidates to address incom…
 
The world of private equity — the hedge funds, the venture capital, the people pouring a ton of money into startups — comes with a huge risk. The reward can be huge too. But if you want a piece of this world, you have to be what’s known as an accredited investor, which means you need to be rich. The idea, historically, was to protect people from ge…
 
The average age of a member of Congress is 58, and the most influential lawmakers are much older. No matter who wins the election next week, the White House will be occupied by the oldest sitting U.S. president. There’s a word for “rule by elders”: gerontocracy. One reason we’re in one is that more than half of registered voters are over 50. On tod…
 
We’re a week out from Election Day, and Americans aren’t the only ones watching closely. President Trump’s trade war with China put tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of products, and so today we’ll hear from businesses in China about what they’re predicting and how they’ll respond to a Biden presidency or a second Trump term. Plus: …
 
Some Senate Democrats are out with a report about how Big Tech treats local news media, calling for a new funding model similar to how cable companies operate. Plus, skyrocketing home prices during the pandemic. And, how COVID has hit the farming industry and its workers in the Pacific Northwest.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
Data shows the wealth of Black families continues to lag across generations and the burden of student loan debt is a key part of this. And, the new Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is set to begin work today. Among the many cases that will cross her desk soon are ones involving big money.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
From the BBC World Service: The U.S. plans more weapon sales to Taiwan amid ongoing trade tensions with China. Shares in Europe’s biggest bank are up, despite a drop in profits. The EU backs Nigerian candidate Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to lead the World Trade Organization.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
The U.S. needs a 5G network. But it turns out there are a couple big questions not fully resolved in Washington. Like who’s responsible for divvying up the airwaves it would run on? We point this out because the FCC is looking at auctioning off some of the government-owned spectrum so companies can use it for 5G. And at the same time, the Departmen…
 
We’re talking about two recent pieces in The Wall Street Journal: one describing a worldwide “pandemic fatigue,” the other arguing that it’s finally time for the United States to adopt a nationwide mask mandate. Today, we’ll take the temperature, so to speak, of the American pandemic response as October turns into November. Plus: Puppies and SNL. F…
 
Cooped-up Americans across the country escaped to city and state parks during the shutdowns early in the pandemic. But with parks departments facing budget cuts and the extra use taking its toll, the country’s parks need some TLC to keep from deteriorating. Plus: Dunkin’s potential sale, shrinking homes and COVID’s ripple effect on the HVAC busines…
 
And they’re likely going to look relatively impressive. But because the second quarter was so rough, we need context for third-quarter numbers. Plus, Dunkin’ Brands is eyeing a sale. And, bringing more attention to the problem of plastic pollution.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
Bayer announces it will spend as much as $4 billion in the acquisition of a gene therapy company. Plus, what toymakers can expect with holiday gift-giving on the horizon. And, gig companies throw more than just money at a ballot initiative in California concerned with how workers are classified in the state.…
 
From the BBC World Service: Italy introduces fresh restrictions as coronavirus cases rise, while businesses struggle. The billionaire who turned Samsung into a global powerhouse has died. Some Middle Eastern countries are boycotting French goods.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
Every Monday this fall, we’re taking a look at how schools are using technology during the pandemic. And for some, it’s an opportunity to make changes to teaching and learning that have been in the works for a long time. Specifically, personalized learning — the idea that kids all learn at different paces and in different ways, and that curriculums…
 
Look: It’s Friday, we’re having beers and talking about the news. Much like Kai’s prospective RV trip, this episode covers a lot of ground. We’ll talk about the latest early voting numbers, Bay Area property taxes and get a crash course in why direct democracy is — and this is the poli sci term — “stupid.” All that and much more on this super-sized…
 
We’re about a month away from Thanksgiving. As the pandemic continues, many Americans will have a smaller table this holiday. Meanwhile, turkey farmers have birds they’ve been raising all year, and retailers still have to make sales. Today, we’ll look into the push and pull of the turkey economy. Plus: the “casualization” of the workplace, why QR c…
 
The latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll found about 20% of parents with kids learning at home have had to take a leave of absence or quit their jobs. Plus, local food banks need help. And, Walmart sues the federal government over the opioid epidemic.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
From the BBC World Service: How will a travel corridor between Singapore and Germany operate? Mexico agrees to honor its water debt to the U.S., though farmers are worried about shortages. A glass vial maker prepares for COVID-19 vaccines.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
A look at COVID regulations for those dining in New York City. Plus, questions about the pandemic economy and pandemic relief in Thursday night’s presidential debate. We break it down. And, Mexico has reached a deal to provide water it owes to the United States, despite widespread protests by Mexican farmers.…
 
Proposition 22 is a California initiative sponsored by Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and other gig work platforms that would exempt app-based ride-hailing companies and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees instead of independent contractors. Gig companies have poured nearly $200 million into the Ye…
 
Iowa has never had a statewide mask mandate, and it lifted its few restrictions earlier than a lot of other states. But economic recovery has been slow, suggesting that this downturn is due more to individual choices than the lockdowns put in place by blue states, as some Republicans have suggested. Today, we’ll talk about a case study around Iowa …
 
October so far has the fewest first-time unemployment claims since March, but there are still tens of millions of Americans relying on money from the government while they’re out of work — and extra benefits keep running out. Today, we’ll look at what that’s doing to the economy. Plus: savings plans, permanent work-from-home and a conversation with…
 
Another 787,000 signed up for benefits last week, but that’s not the full picture when it comes to unemployment insurance. Plus, theme parks in California have not been able to reopen, and they may sue as a result. And, the very high end of the short-term rental market, for those looking for something a little more luxe than just an apartment.…
 
The Supreme Court confirmation process for Judge Amy Coney Barrett has been a huge motivator for donations to Democrats. Plus, how do political campaigns spend all of that money coming in? We take a closer look. And, the end of streaming service Quibi.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
From the BBC World Service: The world’s biggest chipmaker in Taiwan has recently had to stop selling chips to Huawei due to U.S. export restrictions. Post-Brexit trade talks start … again. A new approach to package pickups.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
Big Tech monopolies are in the news this week. The Department of Justice sued Google over how it maintains its search dominance, and its search dominance is the key to its business model, which is that it makes 80% of its revenue from digital advertising. Facebook makes 99% of its revenue from advertising. The profitability of targeted ads is also …
 
Is a Biden win already priced in? One of our listeners wants to know — and if you’re not sure what that means, there’s an explainer on our smart speaker skill. Today we’ll talk about the markets, the economy and this election. Plus, more listener questions about Twitter, the lottery and virtual reality. Oh, and a little Quibi talk. As always, you c…
 
How do you blow through $1.75 billion? We’re not sure, but today we’re going to puzzle through what happened with Quibi, the well-funded mobile-first streaming service that’s shutting down after six months. Plus: robots taking our jobs and the story of an affordable housing project in Baltimore.Marketplace / Kai Ryssdal による
 
Even when places like bars are open, they’re at limited capacity. Plus, how electric vehicle maker Tesla has been able to keep car deliveries up during COVID-19. And Netflix sign-ups are slowing after a pandemic boost earlier in the year.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
When does public communication become government propaganda? We can learn something by looking back to the World War I-era Committee on Public Information from the Wilson administration. Plus, the latest on the antitrust case against Google and what’s ahead for Big Tech.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
From the BBC World Service: Demonstrations against police brutality have intensified in Nigeria. Its financial center of Lagos and other regions are now under curfew. Plus, burger or “veggie disk”? European lawmakers review food labels.Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
The Justice Department filed a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google yesterday over the company’s anticompetitive practices, specifically around search. The Justice Department and 11 states charged Google with maintaining an illegal monopoly on online search through business deals and agreements that lock out competitors, like paying Apple bill…
 
Dark money is a bipartisan issue. When the Supreme Court handed down the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission verdict more than a decade ago, conservatives were primarily benefitting from a system that allowed organizations with undisclosed donors to pour money into races. Now, although dark money spending this election is down overall, l…
 
The Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit against Google was a long time coming, but our tech correspondent Molly Wood says a more robust case might have taken a little longer. We’ll talk about the outlook both for the government and big tech. Plus: another lawsuit over H-1B visa rules, a new COVID-19 workplace safety law and what our poll says ab…
 
On paper, more of us are looking like better risks for borrowing. The average FICO score topped 700 this summer, the highest on record. Plus, today is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s deadline to get a broad pandemic relief package worked out if aid is to arrive before the election. And, why older workers are less confident about being able to find new…
 
From the BBC World Service: London’s Heathrow Airport is offering travelers test results within an hour. Sudan welcomes a U.S. decision to remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism. What happens when a stock exchange goes down for a day?Marketplace / David Brancaccio による
 
Fashion has changed since the COVID-19 outbreak began because what we’re wearing has changed a lot. One company that knows exactly how much is Stitch Fix. It learns your style through a mix of online quizzes and algorithms, and hires stylists who choose clothes specifically for you. You get a box of personalized items — one at a time or as a subscr…
 
Remember WeWork’s doomed IPO? We’re about a year from that whole bananapants story, but today The Wall Street Journal helped clear up one loose end. Apparently erstwhile WeWork CEO Adam Neumann is no longer at the company as a consultant. Today, we’ll talk about what we know and what we don’t about how the office-space company is faring in seven mo…
 
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