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Apr 8, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, April 8, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about how British Prime Minister David Cameron has been benefiting from offshore funds, and interview the U.S. Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez, about the minimum wage and the new rules for financial advisers. 

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G7 countries may start sharing personal airline data with each other

Apr 8, 2016
G7 foreign ministers will meet on Sunday and Monday to discuss sharing data as a way of combating terrorism.
G7 country leaders meet at a summit in June of last year.
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Where to store your millions in art, tax-free

Apr 8, 2016
Freeports help speed international trade. They also help art owners.
A gallery assistant at Christie's auction house adjusts a painting by Vincent Van Gogh. Many art lovers are using freeports (warehouses that hold international goods) to store purchases.
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Secretary of Labor: We should raise the minimum wage even if it makes your hamburger more expensive

Apr 8, 2016
In the long run, businesses will do better to pay workers more, says Secretary Thomas Perez.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez speaking at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.
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The hidden costs of music rights

Apr 8, 2016
Using just one song in your TV show or movie can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Music costs can range from nothing to hundreds of thousands.
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Mad Men's $250,000 song

Apr 8, 2016
The art world, G7 summit, and music rights.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about how British Prime Minister David Cameron has been benefiting from offshore funds, and interview the U.S. Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez, about the minimum wage and the new rules for financial advisers. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC