Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, June 2, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about the Saudi government's $3.5 billion investment in Uber; look at the effect of Nielsen ratings on ad sales as the NBA Finals begin; and examine a light-rail project in Los Angeles that's creating tension in the city.
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Ratings, ad revenue and the NBA Finals
The NBA Finals start Thursday, with a rematch between Golden State and Cleveland.
Consumer bureau proposes new rules for payday lenders
CFPB rules target payday, auto title, and high-interest installment loans.
Disabled? There's (more than one) app for that.
Some apps out there are crowdsourcing information about accessibility to push for change.
Can art triumph over developers in this coastal city?
Los Angeles hopes to solve its traffic jams with a new rail, but what about Santa Monica's art?
PGA championship is moving from Trump's Miami course to Mexico City
The Trump brand hampers sponsorship of the elite tournament.
Planned layoffs down to a five-month low in the U.S.
A payday lender crackdown, the upcoming May's jobs report, and apps aimed at helping those who are disabled.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about the Saudi government’s $3.5 billion investment in Uber; look at the effect of Nielsen ratings on ad sales as the NBA Finals begin; and examine a light-rail project in Los Angeles that’s creating tension in the city.