Aug 2, 2018

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We do the numbers all the time, but today's is the biggest yet: Apple is the first company to reach an estimated $1 trillion market capitalization. We'll talk about what that means on today's show. But first: The Trump administration…

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Why home staging is no longer just for the rich and famous

Aug 2, 2018
In LA’s real estate market, sellers of even modest homes are paying thousands for rental furnishings — all designed to dazzle buyers.
A home in Los Angeles, California.
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"The Spy Who Dumped Me" director on Hollywood's gender problem

Aug 2, 2018
There's an appetite for female stories, but a real lack of female mentors, Susanna Fogel says.
Actress Mila Kunis, left, writer/director Susanna Fogel and actress Kate McKinnon arrive for the premiere of Lionsgate's “The Spy Who Dumped Me” at the Fox Village Theater in Los Angeles on July 25.
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Why Trump’s looser emission standards are mixed blessing for automakers

Aug 2, 2018
13 states are challenging the proposal.
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We do the numbers all the time, but today’s is the biggest yet: Apple is the first company to reach an estimated $1 trillion market capitalization. We’ll talk about what that means on today’s show. But first: The Trump administration announced its plans to freeze automobile fuel economy and emissions standards at 2020 levels. In theory, that’s meant to help the car industry, right? It has to worry not quite as much about environmental regulations. But another way to look at it is that it’s hard to do business when the goalposts keep moving. Plus: We’ll talk with the director of “The Spy Who Dumped Me.”

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