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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 21, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, July 21, 2015: The senior leadership of Toshiba, one of Japan’s biggest corporations, resigned today after an investigation showing the company had dramatically fudged its profits. More on that. And it’s the fifth anniversary of Dodd-Frank. We look at the biggest accomplishment of the law so far, and the biggest issue it’s not yet gotten to. And as you know we’ve been talking to people about the tools that they can’t live without while doing their job — their “Pro Tools.” Well, our sibling program Marketplace Tech is doing a series called Noise Makers. All this month they’re talking to musicians about a piece of must-have technology or gear that helps the performer or the composer make their art. We’ll talk about some of the Pro Tools he’s discovered while talking to professional noise makers.

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How's the Apple Watch doing? Wall St awaits clues

by Nova Safo Jul 21, 2015
Apples reports third-quarter earnings Tuesday.

Five years on, Dodd-Frank still controversial

by Kimberly Adams Jul 21, 2015
Regulators are still writing rules for the financial reform law.

A boom in new hotel construction

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 21, 2015
From Houston to Miami, cranes are busy erecting new hotels.
Mid-day Update

PODCAST: A boom in hotel building

by David Brancaccio Jul 21, 2015
New bank regulations, Apple earnings, and a new hotel boom.

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