The colas went down to Georgia
Feb 1, 2019

The colas went down to Georgia

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The January jobs numbers are out, and they show a strong but tightening job market. Big oil earnings beat forecasts, encouraging investors. And as thousands descend on Atlanta for Sunday's Big Game, a war is waging between Super Bowl sponsor Pepsi and hometown mainstay Coca-Cola. How much do those tickets go for, anyway?

Today's show is sponsored by the Alliance for Lifetime Income and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

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The Super Bowl is being held in Atlanta this year, which is the hometown of Coca Cola, but Pepsi is an official sponsor of the game.
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The January jobs numbers are out, and they show a strong but tightening job market. Big oil earnings beat forecasts, encouraging investors. And as thousands descend on Atlanta for Sunday’s Big Game, a war is waging between Super Bowl sponsor Pepsi and hometown mainstay Coca-Cola. How much do those tickets go for, anyway?

Today’s show is sponsored by the Alliance for Lifetime Income and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

The team

Victoria Craig Host, BBC
Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC
Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
Daniel Shin Producer
Brian Allison Engineer
Erika Soderstrom Producer/Director
Rose Conlon Producer
Alex Schroeder Producer