Citizen’s United, a decade later
Jan 16, 2020

Citizen’s United, a decade later

How is more money changing our elections? Plus: new retail and supply chain numbers, and the economics of hologram musicians.

Segments From this episode

Sheila Krumholz reveals the secrets behind money in politics

Jan 16, 2020
A unprecedented amount of money is being spent to influence the 2020 election. And it keeps getting harder to figure out where it's all coming from.
Sheila Krumholz is the Executive Director of the Center for Responsive Politics.
Kimberly Adams/Marketplace

Trump administration changes how reporters access timely economic data

Jan 16, 2020
Lorraine Woellert of Politico predicts that the change will increase market volatility following some government reports.
A 1975 newsroom.
Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The musician turned hologram could be the future of live entertainment

Jan 16, 2020
Some startups are hoping the concept reignites the music industry’s profits.
A hologram performance of Roy Orbison during The Hologram UK Tour.
Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images for BASE Holograms

Music from the episode

Agrimony MF DOOM
Blow Beyoncé
Lord of the Fries Polyrhythmics
Colours Hot Chip
Zoot Allures Frank Zappa

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer II
Sean McHenry Director & Associate Producer II

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