Apr 28, 2020

China may be back to work, but the supply chain isn’t

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Plus, how Hollywood productions might work around COVID-19 and a conversation with the CEO of GoFundMe. 

Stories From this episode

Chinese factories are returning, but global supply chain remains uncertain

Apr 28, 2020
Cranking up the global manufacturing machine is not just about China.
Workers in face masks at a car seat factory in Shanghai.
Noel Celis/AFP via Getty Images

One person on both sides of the landlord-tenant divide

Apr 28, 2020
Sarah Frier collects rent. But she also pays it.
In some cities, tenants are calling for rent strikes because of dire financial circumstances brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
Julie Jammot/AFP via Getty Images

GoFundMe CEO: "We're not yet seeing much around recovery"

Apr 28, 2020
Activity use on the crowdfunding platform GoFundMe may provide a window into where we stand on the road to recovery.
Tim Cadogan started as CEO of GoFundMe less than two months ago.
Andrew Toth/Getty Images for AWXI

What it's like to navigate the first year of motherhood without a stable home

Apr 28, 2020
Data can tell us who is on welfare, but not what it's like to to live in the system.
A woman feeds a baby at a Thanksgiving meal hosted by the Bay Area Rescue Mission in Richmond, California, in 2015.
Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Indoor life is changing what people want in a home

Apr 28, 2020
More space tops the list, followed by better kitchens.
Stay-at-home restrictions are making people wish they had more room to move around.
John Moore/Getty Images

What will Hollywood look like when it finally reopens?

Apr 28, 2020
Set staff may be tested regularly for COVID-19, and studios are reportedly thinking of limiting the use of extras.
The Walt Disney Studios in Los Angeles halted production April 8.
Amy Sussman/Getty Images

Music from the episode

I'm Callin' Tennis
What's Next - Left Field Remix Insight The Truncator, Damu The Fudgemunk
The Message Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Rell
The Message Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Rell

The team

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