Jul 4, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, July 4, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about a possible tax cut in the U.K. for corporations; interview a 25-year-old U.K. citizen about his take on Brexit; and look at the state of movie tracking. 

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Retailers already worrying about holiday sales

Jul 4, 2016
Peak shopping season is still months away, but retailers' ordering is all but done.
The manager of "Black Market, a Los Angeles boutique, said she recently finished placing orders for the holiday season.
Reema Khrais/Marketplace

How movie tracking has changed

Jul 4, 2016
Polls can estimate a movie's numbers even before the flick is released, a practice that has changed with social media.

Latino political clout grows in cities

Jul 4, 2016
The U.S. Conference of Mayors launches a new Latino Alliance chaired by Mayor Eric Garcetti of L.A., the city with the most Hispanics nationwide.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will chair a new Latino Alliance of Mayors.
Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for the USOC

Your own private food tester

Jul 4, 2016
A portable device tests food for gluten wherever you are.
The tech startup Nima has created a portable allergen sensor.
Image via Nima

A potential UK tax break for corporations

Jul 4, 2016
Tax breaks, the launch of the Latino Alliance of Mayors, and worries over holiday sales.

Brexit according to a Brit who has to live with it

Jul 8, 2016
Commentary from a 25-year-old on Britain's decision to leave the EU.
A U.K. passport sits atop the EU flag.
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC