Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Jun 2, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 2, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, June 2, 2015: First up, more news that some big insurance companies that sell policies under the federal health law are pushing to raise premiums sharply next year. This returns us to the persistent question: how affordable is the Affordable Care Act? And figures on new auto sales are released Tuesday, and they’re expected to be good news for automakers. We take a closer look at what's behind the positive numbers for the auto industry. Plus, California is considering fines to enforce mandatory water cutbacks, but a startup in Oakland has a different idea. It's giving customers cash to use less water.

 

Segments From this episode

Marketplace Investigates: Homeless in L.A.

Jun 2, 2015
With homelessness on the rise, we take a look at the people behind the statistics.

In Hollywood, a history of homelessness

Jun 2, 2015
Actors slept on the streets in the 1920s when landlords refused to rent to them.

Startup tries to raise the dirt-cheap price of water

Jun 2, 2015
MeterHero wants to pay you to conserve.

Strong auto sales without big cash rebates

Jun 2, 2015
That means consumers are shopping for quality, analyst says.

Facebook introduces new encryption features

Jun 2, 2015
The social networking site is allowing users to send scrambled messages.

PODCAST: Homeless in Hollywood

Jun 2, 2015
A closer look at a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, and homelessness in Hollywood.

JPMorgan Chase to eliminate voicemail

Jun 2, 2015
The finance firm joins the rest of us in modern day.

Airing on Tuesday, June 2, 2015: First up, more news that some big insurance companies that sell policies under the federal health law are pushing to raise premiums sharply next year. This returns us to the persistent question: how affordable is the Affordable Care Act? And figures on new auto sales are released Tuesday, and they’re expected to be good news for automakers. We take a closer look at what’s behind the positive numbers for the auto industry. Plus, California is considering fines to enforce mandatory water cutbacks, but a startup in Oakland has a different idea. It’s giving customers cash to use less water.

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC