Chipmaking giant Samsung to cut production amid slowing demand
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Samsung, the South Korean electronics giant, reported that profits declined by a whopping 96% in Q1 of this year due to slowing demand for microchips and other electronics. We look at the company's decision to cut production of microchips as a result of the news, and what that says about the wider economy. Plus, lumber prices may be coming down from sky-high pandemic rates, but that will likely do little to alleviate the housing crunch. And, a story of how a Native American group negotiated for the removal of a dam in North Carolina in order to restore the tribe's land.
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Samsung reports a nearly 100% profit decline, to cut chip production
Marketplace’s Nova Safo explains what that means for one of the world’s largest chip-making companies.
Removing a dam, reconnecting communities
Dismantling a century-old barrier in North Carolina would reopen a river, restore species and benefit Indian land. But will it be funded?
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