Sep 28, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about plans from Wells Fargo's CEO to forfeit $41 million worth of shares; implicit bias against black children in preschool classrooms; and misconceptions about the state of manufacturing in the U.S. 

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How one business brought back manufacturing jobs

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Sep 28, 2016
Despite the political rhetoric, U.S. manufacturing is not in crisis.
A look inside the Zentech manufacturing facility.
Zentech Manufacturing, Inc.

Racial bias in preschool

Sep 28, 2016
A new study shows teachers watch and discipline black and white kids differently.
A new study found implicit bias against black children present in preschool teaching.
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Whole Foods opens a store in Chicago 'food desert'

Sep 28, 2016
But how will residents in a place with 21 percent unemployment afford to shop here?
Fresh fruit is displayed at a Whole Foods store in Chicago, Illinois. The city is opening another Whole Foods store today in the neighborhood of Englewood.
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Food prices are insanely cheap right now

Sep 28, 2016
Grocery prices are on track for the longest stretch of falling prices in 50 years.
A Wal-Mart employee stocks the produce shelves at a store in Miami, Florida.
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Wells Fargo to claw back $41 million over false account scandal

Sep 28, 2016
The bank's executive heads are going to the House on Thursday for another grilling.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is sworn in prior to testifying before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 20. 
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No government rescue for Germany's Deutsche Bank

Sep 28, 2016
A drop in the price of U.S. groceries, a Whole Foods opening in a Chicago food desert, news that Wells Fargo's CEO is forfeiting $41 million, and Germany's decision not to bail out Deutsche Bank.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about plans from Wells Fargo’s CEO to forfeit $41 million worth of shares; implicit bias against black children in preschool classrooms; and misconceptions about the state of manufacturing in the U.S. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC