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Aug 14, 2018

Can Greece finally finance itself?

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The Greek government is declaring the end of its financial crisis and will celebrate Bailout Exit Day on Aug. 20. But how do the Greek people really feel about their economy? We went to Greece to find out. Meanwhile, in…

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The disturbing parallels between modern accounting and the business of slavery

by Kimberly Adams Aug 14, 2018
How slaveholders used modern management techniques
A group of women and children, presumably slaves, sit and stand around the doorway of a rough wooden cabin, Southern United States, mid 19th Century. One girl reads a book to the group of sitting children.
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Greece emerges from bailouts, but Greeks remain skeptical

by Stephen Beard Aug 14, 2018
The country's economy is improving, but many still bear the scars of the crisis.
In this photo illustration, a one euro coin stands on a map of Greece showing the city of Athens.
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"Crazy Rich Asians" director: "We would not have this fervor if we were just another one on Netflix"

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Aug 14, 2018
The movie marks a pivot in Jon M. Chu's career to tell stories that haven't been seen on screen.
Jon M. Chu attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' “Crazy Rich Asians.”
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The Greek government is declaring the end of its financial crisis and will celebrate Bailout Exit Day on Aug. 20. But how do the Greek people really feel about their economy? We went to Greece to find out. Meanwhile, in America, banks have been warned by the FBI that ATM hacks are on rise. We tell you what you need to know. Also on today’s show: Slavery is an ugly part of America’s business history, one often ignored. A new book, “Accounting for Slavery: Masters and Management,” examines this and the connections between slavery and capitalism. Author Caitlin Rosenthal walks us through her findings. (08/14/18)

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