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Playlist: Syria protests, ‘How to Make it in America’

Chau Tu Sep 30, 2011
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Posted by Chau Tu

For Marketplace, Friday, September 30, 2011

Bank of America announced a new $5 monthly fee for debit card use. The USPS is expected to report $10 billion in losses, and looks to stop Saturday delivery. Commentator Rob Walker says blaming everything on Washington isn’t helping the economy. U.S. scientists say they’ve uncovered new chocolate flavor profiles. Kai spoke with Anthony Shadid from The New York Times about the latest news from Syria, and to Lizzie O’Leary from Bloomberg News and Cardiff Garcia from the blog FT Alphaville for the weekly wrap. We also heard about what’s to come in the second season the HBO series, “How to Make it in America.” Here are the songs we played:

  • Fixed Income – DJ ShadowBuy
  • Two Matchsticks – The Wooden BirdsBuy
  • One Chance – Apollo BrownBuy
  • I Need A Dollar – Aloe BlaccBuy

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