Millie Jefferson

Director and Associate Producer, Marketplace


Millicent Jefferson is a former director for Marketplace.

Latest Stories (27)

Place your Marketplace prop bets

Jan 31, 2013
Gamblers don't just bet on who will win the Super Bowl, bookmakers also collect proposition bets for the game, wagering on things like how Beyonce will style her hair during the halftime show. Those bets don't have to be limited to sports -- for instance: How many times will Kai Ryssdal say "Marketplace" on Friday's show? Place your bets now.
Members of the San Francisco 49ers answers questions from the media during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day.
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A fiscal cliff countdown clock? What would you rather count down?

Nov 29, 2012
CNBC has a countdown clock marking how many days, hours, minutes and seconds until we fall off of the fiscal cliff. But that's so boring...what else would you use a countdown clock for?

Sound of Money: Back-to-school shopping

Aug 17, 2012
In a few weeks, students will be heading back to school. How much are they spending so that they're ready to hit the books?
A customer shops for back to school supplies at a Target store.
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ReMarket Podcast: The bookends

Jun 15, 2012
Taking a closer listen to the open and final note of the show -- how Marketplace grabs your attention at the beginning, and leaves you thinking at the end.
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Blackberry, feel my shame

Oct 13, 2011
So, after three days of messing up our lives, Blackberry came out with its big apology. You can check out the whole thing here, But here's the gist...

The top grossing summer films of all time

May 30, 2011
The summer movie that started it all actually made people scared to do one very summery activity: go to the beach. The 1975 thriller "Jaws" set t...

Wassup! The Most Memorable Super Bowl Ads

Jan 26, 2011
As the economy improves, companies are returning to the days of producing high-priced, high profile Super Bowl ads. Jennifer Collins' story on...

Analyzing the Fed's bank loan data

Dec 1, 2010
If you've ever tried to sort through transactions on your own bank statements, you will appreciate the work produced by The Wall Street Journal a...