Oct 6, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, October 6, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about the high costs associated with evacuating a disaster area; news that an NSA contractor was arrested for stealing computer code designed to hack foreign governments; and whether it's a good or bad thing that…

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Why can't employers find enough candidates to hire?

Oct 6, 2016
We take a look at the current labor market ahead of tomorrow's jobs report.
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Stay or go? Evacuations carry a price

Oct 6, 2016
For some, it might be too expensive to leave — even with state subsidies.

How a new rule could affect your retirement savings

Oct 6, 2016
To lure more investors, BlackRock is cutting ETF fees.
BlackRock's iShares are expected to rise in popularity.
Visual Hunt

Number of people signing up for unemployment benefits at 40-year low

Oct 6, 2016
Unemployment benefits, the Paris Climate Agreement, and an overlooked item on Donald Trump's 1995 tax records.

Second theft of U.S. secrets likely won't hurt contractors

Oct 6, 2016
There'll be much scrutiny of the government's use of contractors, but we can't quit them now.
The seals of the U.S. Cyber Command, the National Security Agency and the Central Security Service greet employees and visitors at the campus the three organizations share in Fort Meade, Maryland.
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On today’s show, we’ll talk about the high costs associated with evacuating a disaster area; news that an NSA contractor was arrested for stealing computer code designed to hack foreign governments; and whether it’s a good or bad thing that employers can’t find enough candidates to hire. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC