Jul 11, 2014

Marketplace Weekend for Friday, July 11, 2014

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This week, host Lizzie O'Leary and Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson explain what the EU's 'right to be forgotten' ruling means for privacy and cenorship. New York Magazine contributing editor Jessica Pressler and Business Insider’s Executive Editor Joe Weisenthal discuss the…

Segments From this episode

What would you tell your 18-year-old self about money?

Jul 7, 2014
If you could go back in time to tell yourself advice, what would it be?

Inversion – ain’t nothing but a tax dodge, baby

Jul 8, 2014
Companies buy overseas rivals with one aim in mind: Reduce their tax burdens.
A Pfizer sign hangs on the outside of their headquarters in New York City.
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I Can't Believe I Bought That: Cat edition

Jul 11, 2014
David Branccaccio tells a story of his most regretful purchase.

The U.S. Highway Trust Fund is running low on cash

Jul 11, 2014
What happens to our roads and bridges?

Tech IRL: The 'right to be forgotten'

Jul 11, 2014
Ben Johnson and Lizzie O'Leary discuss the EU's 'right to be forgotten'

This week, host Lizzie O’Leary and Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson explain what the EU’s ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling means for privacy and cenorship. New York Magazine contributing editor Jessica Pressler and Business Insider’s Executive Editor Joe Weisenthal discuss the meteoric rise of penny stock CYNK, what the minutes of the last Fed meeting say about the economy and how one man raised thousands of dollars in the quest to make potato salad. The U.S. Highway Trust Fund is running low on cash. And that trust fund, in part, sponsors the roads we all drive on. What’s that mean for the future of roads in America? Marketplace’s Sabri Ben-Achour explains the world of  high-paying tech internships. If you could go back in time, what could you tell your 18-year-old self about money? Lauren Berger chats about common money regrets and how to avoid them. Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio tells the story of his most regretful purchase for our segment “I Can’t Believe I Bought That.” And finally, Whiteboard host Paddy Hirsch explains ‘corporate inversion’ and why it’s good news/bad news.