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Regulate me!

Regulate me!

Jan 16, 2019

With no end in sight to the partial government shutdown, some businesses are starting to miss the regulation that shielded them from risk. Then: The fallout from yesterday’s failed Brexit vote may not be isolated to Britain. We'll look at…

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Stories From this episode

Your car is not self-driving, no matter how much it seems like it is

by Ben Bradford Jan 16, 2019
Drivers might be relying on their car's safety technology more than they should.
Advanced driver assistance systems "are like magic," says Alex Epstein, director of transportation safety at National Safety Council. “The problem is people don’t know how to use them."
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Government shutdown 2019

What happens when losing a paycheck becomes a regular thing

by Sean McHenry Jan 16, 2019
As a government contractor, Janet Martin weathered several shutdowns. But losing pay changed how she thinks about money.
Retired government contractor Janet Martin endured many government shutdowns during her career, and those experiences still affect how she lives her life.
Robyn Edgar/Marketplace

A Montana mall gets another chance

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Jan 16, 2019
After years of watching department stores fall, a mall turns to the mixed-use concept.
“If there's one thing that retailers do, it's that we adapt," said Butte Plaza Mall manager Alana Ferko. “If you don't adapt, you'll go the way of the dinosaur."
Oli Scarff/Getty Images

How much Brexit uncertainty can the global economy take?

by Scott Tong Jan 16, 2019
The turmoil of Brexit continued today with a no-confidence vote attempting to oust Prime Minister Theresa May. She survived by a margin of 19 votes. But the Brexit storm is hardly contained. It remains an uneasy, potentially expensive complication at…
Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the media after her government defeated a vote of no confidence in the House of Commons on Jan. 16, 2019 in London, England. 
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Government shutdown 2019

The partial government shutdown makes business nostalgic for bureaucracy

by Kimberly Adams Jan 16, 2019
With the partial government shutdown hurtling toward the one-month mark, companies are starting to long for a little old-fashioned government bureaucracy. Because while it may slow things down, without it, it’s pretty hard to get anything done. Click the audio…

More From This Episode

With no end in sight to the partial government shutdown, some businesses are starting to miss the regulation that shielded them from risk. Then: The fallout from yesterday’s failed Brexit vote may not be isolated to Britain. We’ll look at how uncertainty could ripple through the global economy. Plus: partially autonomous car features have the potential to save lives, but using them improperly could cause more accidents.

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Wonton Medeski, Martin & Wood
#88 Lo-Fang
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The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Assistant Producer