Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about Aetna's withdrawal from a majority of the health insurance exchanges it serves; Venezuela's decision to reopen its border with Colombia; and the expansion of Target's private-label food brands.
Segments From this episode
Evidence of criminal wrongdoing in Volkswagen emissions scandal, prosecutors say
Volkswagen's cheating scandal, home improvement chains, and black rodeo.
Black rodeo aims to educate, entertain and find new fans
Fans say these rodeos help inform people about the storied history of black cowboys.
In the Amazon age, home improvement chains thrive
Even with online sales, the brick-and-mortar store is often involved.
Target seeks grocery lift from private-label foods
Target wants its in-house food brands to boost its grocery business.
Venezuela opens border; relief is limited
Opening the border may relieve shortages, but not prices.
Why Aetna is ditching some health insurance exchanges
Aetna is losing money, so it's pulling out of health insurance exchanges.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about Aetna’s withdrawal from a majority of the health insurance exchanges it serves; Venezuela’s decision to reopen its border with Colombia; and the expansion of Target’s private-label food brands.