Jul 18, 2014

Marketplace Weekend for Friday, July 18, 2014

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This weekend, Lizzie O'Leary talks with Steve Levine, Washington Correspondent for Quartz, about what Russian sanctions mean for the America economy and for Russia. Kim Davidson, Business Development Manager in Murrieta, Calif., discusses the impact of immigration protests in the city. Certified…

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My money story: Comedian Jimmy Pardo

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Stand-up comedian Jimmy Pardo explains how sometimes you don't choose your dreams, but they choose you.

Tech IRL: Selling your smartphone safely

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A look at the Export-Import bank

Jul 18, 2014
The Export-Import Bank of the United States might lose it's funding. But does it matter?

How businesses in Murrieta are coping with immigration protests

Jul 18, 2014
Earlier this year, the town of Murrieta California started positioning itself as a culturally diverse and economically strong oasis in the California desert. About an hour north of San Diego, the bedroom community is trying to lure companies in the…

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This weekend, Lizzie O’Leary talks with Steve Levine, Washington Correspondent for Quartz, about what Russian sanctions mean for the America economy and for Russia. Kim Davidson, Business Development Manager in Murrieta, Calif., discusses the impact of immigration protests in the city. Certified financial planner Louis Barajas gives some advice on what to do when love and money just aren’t working together. Stand-up comedian Jimmy Pardo talks about how chasing your dream isn’t a choice, it’s an inevitability — one that can ruin you financially. There has been a lot of talk in Congress about shutting down the Export-Import Bank. The House Committee on Oversight and Government reform has launched a probe into possible corruption of the bank.  But what is it? We visit a fabric store in Manhattan that has benefited from the bank in the past.