Marketplace Morning Report for Monday July 07, 2014
Jul 7, 2014

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday July 07, 2014

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The World Gold Council is meeting to confront suggestions that the cost of gold might be rigged -- Gold buyers could be paying more for gold because of behind-the-scenes tactics. Plus, Marketplace contributor Allan Sloan is on the cover of Fortune Magazine with strong words for American companies that move headquarters overseas for tax breaks. In fact, he calls the tactic "positively Un-American."

Segments From this episode

Allan Sloan is angry about the flight of corporations

Jul 7, 2014
When Bank of America moved to North Carolina, people said it's business. But is it?

When is an app art?

Jul 7, 2014
New York's Museum of Modern Art is embracing technology as an artistic medium.

Walmart to highlight women-owned businesses

Jul 7, 2014
Will a special logo for women-owned businesses combat or perpetuate stereotypes?

Congress could hit dead end with highway funding

Jul 7, 2014
The Highway Trust Fund could be slashed in August, unless Congress acts soon.

PODCAST: Walmart and women

Jul 7, 2014
Transportation funding runs out of gas, women-owned businesses at Walmart, and a phone app as art.

The World Gold Council is meeting to confront suggestions that the cost of gold might be rigged — Gold buyers could be paying more for gold because of behind-the-scenes tactics. Plus, Marketplace contributor Allan Sloan is on the cover of Fortune Magazine with strong words for American companies that move headquarters overseas for tax breaks. In fact, he calls the tactic “positively Un-American.”

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC