Ariana Rosas



Ariana is a producer for “Marketplace Morning Report.”

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Why do companies go private?

There's news that department store chain Nordstrom is looking to go private, after a previous attempt failed.
Nordstrom's stock jumped 10% last week after a report said the company is looking to go private.
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How flight attendants are feeling after the Alaska Airlines accident

"The staffing for flight attendants, especially domestically, is at FAA minimums," said Sara Nelson, international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA. "Our jobs are harder than they've ever been."
"The staffing for flight attendants, especially domestically, is at FAA minimums," said Sara Nelson, international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA.
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Nobel Prize winner Claudia Goldin on remote work's potential to narrow gender pay gaps

Claudia Goldin, winner of the 2023 Nobel Prize in economics, discusses the impact of care responsibilities disproportionately falling on women.
"It's not just the person who has the greater care responsibilities who is giving up something," said Nobel laureate Claudia Goldin, "but it's the other person who is living a life of the high-flyer, but is not going to see his child take her first step."
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The UAW strike is also about EVs and the future of auto industry jobs

So far, the UAW is holding a limited strike at three plants across three states.
Members of the UAW began striking last night at a select few factories and plants across the Midwest.
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China's President Xi is set to miss the G20 summit

It would be the first time since 2008 that a Chinese president sits out the meeting of the world's major economies.
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The economic cost of waiting at the border in limbo

Aug 3, 2023
Those waiting on an asylum request often can't move forward with a job, housing or education.
Asylum seekers wait at the pedestrian crossing at the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana. Some spend weeks, months or longer at or near the border, hoping to be granted asylum.
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How young people are being recruited on social media to drive migrants beyond the border

Aug 2, 2023
Historically, recruitment has been local. Now, social media expands that ability to recruit, said Homeland Security agent Craig Larrabee.
A Border Patrol agent walks along the border wall in Yuma, Arizona.
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Why is Latin America's economy lagging in its pandemic recovery?

Aug 1, 2023
William Maloney, chief economist for Latin America and the Caribbean at the World Bank, says inflation is only part of the puzzle.
The World Bank's main purpose is to provide assistance to countries with high poverty rates and improve economic growth worldwide.
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Are insurers accurately pricing in climate change risk?

A Federal Reserve study suggests that states have largely decoupled homeowners rates from underlying risks, says Marketplace's Chris Farrell.
Natural disasters have increased in scope and scale, increasing costs but not always homeowners premiums. Senior economics contributor Chris Farrell expects reform to come to the market.
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What will new welfare work requirements mean for recipients?

New work requirements on welfare were part of the debt ceiling deal. How might they affect benefit recipients?
The new work requirements in the debt ceiling deal may negatively impact older people's access to food aid and other benefits, says "The Uncertain Hour" host Krissy Clark.
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