Nov 16, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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President-elect Trump opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership during his campaign. Now China is trying to strike a deal of its own with other Asian nations. How will the countries involved in the TPP react to this alternative? We'll also talk about…

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Chicago puts sensors to work taking its vitals

Nov 16, 2016
The Array of Things will collect the city's data, but some raise privacy concerns.
A sensor looks out on a busy intersection in Chicago's Southwest side.
Miles Bryan

You want economy? United has “basic” economy

Nov 16, 2016
The airline will offer a no-frills fare to compete with low-cost airlines Spirit and Frontier.
Rick Kern/Getty Images for United Airlines

A new administration, a new mandate. So let the lobbying begin.

Nov 16, 2016
That’s the story of Washington this past week. Case in point: top automakers, represented by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, have asked President-elect Trump to review standards for cars’ fuel economy and emissions regulations, which were center points of President…
Visual Hunt

Snapchat's parent company reportedly files for IPO

Nov 16, 2016
The IPO could be valued at up to $25 billion.
Carl Court/Getty Images

How bad weather can spell doom for those working in the commodities world

Nov 16, 2016
A possible Snap IPO, automaker lobbying, and bad weather's effect on commodities.

President-elect Trump opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership during his campaign. Now China is trying to strike a deal of its own with other Asian nations. How will the countries involved in the TPP react to this alternative? We’ll also talk about the future of mergers and acquisitions, and look at a new art record set last night by the painter Willem de Kooning. 

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC