Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, June 16, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about the shape of the world's markets; the opening of Shanghai Disneyland; and the baseball lawsuit that defined how corporations are governed.
Segments From this episode
Online grocery shopping could add growth to the cart
Kroger is expanding its ClickList feature as other retailers experiment, too.
LA County wants homelessness emergency declared
County supervisors call on the state to provide more funds to tackle the problem.
How a baseball lawsuit helped define how corporations are governed
It all started because there were no lights at Wrigley Field for night games.
Sears crumbles as buybacks go up
It's a story of a century-old business imploding.
China's Disneyland: Big enough for its consumer class?
Long lines — some more than 4 hours — await visitors.
Will the Fed raise interest rates this year?
Interest rate hikes (or lack thereof), online groceries, and LA County's homelessness problem.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about the shape of the world’s markets; the opening of Shanghai Disneyland; and the baseball lawsuit that defined how corporations are governed.