Nov 1, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 1, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about last night's Colonial gas pipeline explosion in Alabama; how both presidential candidates are trying to get out the vote in Florida; and a new study that shows an increase in election-related workplace tension.  

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In Florida, it’s all about the ground game to get out the vote

Nov 1, 2016
Trump voters in Florida are enthusiastic, but the Clinton campaign is ahead in get-out-the-vote resources.
People cast their votes at an early voting center for the general election on Monday in Miami, Florida.
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How strong is U.S. Steel? Hard to tell

Nov 1, 2016
U.S. Steel will announce third-quarter earnings today. The stock climbed earlier this year after the U.S. won a steel trade dispute with China.  But U.S. Steel still faces lots of challenges – from other countries, from a global market glut,…
A welder at U.S. Steel's Federal shipyard circa 1944. 
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England muscles in on Manuka honey production

Nov 1, 2016
Costly Manuka honey comes from New Zealand and soon, maybe, England?
Manuka honey can cost hundreds of dollars.
Sage Ross/Wikimedia Commons

How to deal with all that water cooler drama this election

Nov 1, 2016
Many companies are saying that tension in the workplace is worse than in past elections.
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Yum Brands spins off its China business

Nov 1, 2016
The state of the economy, U.S. Steel, Manuka honey, and Yum Brands.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about last night’s Colonial gas pipeline explosion in Alabama; how both presidential candidates are trying to get out the vote in Florida; and a new study that shows an increase in election-related workplace tension.  

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC