Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 26, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about Hillary Clinton's positions on economic issues such as trade; Ireland's meeting with Great Britain over border controls; and the drama associated with family businesses.
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Housing held back by too few new homes
Home sales have been on the rise, and so have home prices. But home builders are not ramping up production to even approach pre-recession levels.
Family businesses and family drama
The greatest threat to family businesses is...the family. But it's also their greatest asset.
In New York, ice cream truck jingle jangles nerves
It may be the sound of summer, but flout the anti-noise rules and you'll be fined.
What happens when you swipe things from the Federal Reserve
Goldman Sachs, new homes, Starbucks' dress code, and Mister Softee.
Goldman Sachs could face new Fed sanctions
The bank paid a $50 million fine last year after a banker shared Fed documents.
Starbucks' new dress code to allow more personal expression
Purple hair is now OK at Starbucks.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about Hillary Clinton’s positions on economic issues such as trade; Ireland’s meeting with Great Britain over border controls; and the drama associated with family businesses.