If Congress regulates Facebook, who else gets caught up?
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CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out the case for regulating his own company, but regulating one tech giant will likely mean regulating others. First we do the numbers on Saudi Aramco, the world's most profitable company. Plus: what you need to know about a big snack food merger.
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Saudi oil company profits impress
What’s the most profitable company on earth? We’ll give you three guesses. Nope, not Apple. Google? Try again. Exxon Mobil – wrong. It’s the national oil company of Saudi Arabia. Known as Saudi Aramco, it’s the runaway leader, according to new numbers put out by the company. These number are the first since … well, […]
U.S. cuts aid to Central America over immigration; critics say that will backfire
In an effort to slow the flow of Central America migrants into the U.S., President Trump said he’s cutting direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. The U.S. sends money to those countries to help them combat drug trafficking, gang violence and to promote economic growth. Click the audio player above to hear the full […]
How Mark Zuckerberg wants the U.S. government to regulate Facebook
A New York Times reporter says the CEO's plan is "self-serving."
New Boeing 737 Maxes are stacking up in Washington state
Airlines aren't taking delivery of the grounded planes, but no orders have been formally canceled yet.
Music from the episode
Old Graffiti Bibio
The World Is Yours Will Sessions
When the Night is Over Lord Huron
Midas Era Lord Finesse
Radio Ga Ga - Remastered Queen
Mobius Streak Hiatus Kaiyote
Turnmills Maribou State
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer