Sep 16, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, September 16, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about reports that the U.S. Justice Department wants Deutsche Bank to pay $14 billion to settle investigations connected to the last mortgage crisis; ITT's plans to cease operations; and McDonald's new deal with ad firm…

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Should ad agencies have their pay linked to performance?

Sep 16, 2016
McDonald's new ad agency will be paid according to how much business increases.
McDonald's new deal with Omnicon will include some aspect of pay-for-performance.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

ITT closes its doors

Sep 16, 2016
The for-profit college's shutdown leaves 8,000 employees out of work.
Most of ITT's students get federal aid.
Dwight Burdette/Wikimedia Commons

The rise of Trump tourism in Kallstadt, Germany

Sep 16, 2016
This tiny Rhineland village is the ancestral home of Trump's grandparents.
The house in Kallstadt, Germany, where Donald Trump's grandfather once lived.
John Laurenson

Desperately need pilots? Try paying them more

Sep 16, 2016
Two regional American Airlines subsidiaries are raising pilot pay to counter the shortage.
Two American Airlines subsidiaries, PSA Airlines and Envoy Air, will increase pay for regional pilots.
Image via American Airlines

Unilever might buy Jessica Alba's Honest Company

Sep 16, 2016
The natural products company faces lawsuits over its ingredients.
Unilever could end up acquiring Jessica Alba's Honest Company for $1 billion.
Jason Merritt/Getty Images for The Honest Company

The pipeline to become a pilot

Sep 16, 2016
The possible sale of Jessica Alba's Honest Company to Unilever, two regional airlines that are offering more pay to their pilots, and a visit to Donald Trump's roots.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about reports that the U.S. Justice Department wants Deutsche Bank to pay $14 billion to settle investigations connected to the last mortgage crisis; ITT’s plans to cease operations; and McDonald’s new deal with ad firm Omnicon. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC